- Free fireworks display over the Detroit River
- Usually lasts 25 minutes
- Click on the website link for info including road closures Click Here
Transit Windsor Route for Fireworks:
- For the fireworks display all streets north of Wyandotte Street will be closed effective at 6 pm.
- Wyandotte and Ouellette will be the end of the line for all buses operating out of the Windsor International Transit Terminal.
- No buses will travel to the downtown terminal after 6 pm
Looking for Transportation to the Fireworks
- Zehrs will once again provide funding to Transit Windsor for FREE FIREWORKS SHUTTLE and FREE TRANSIT BUS SERVICE
- Patrons will be transported from Devonshire Mall to City Hall Square, where they can then make their way to the riverfront.
- Buses will continue to operate for the return trip as long as there are passengers still in need of a ride back to the mall.
- Transit Windsor busses will be free across Windsor from 6pm-12 midnight
- Transit Windsor is required by federal regulations to ensure all riders must wear a mask while on the bus.
Please be advised that there will be temporary parking restrictions in place in the downtown area for the annual fireworks display
- Effective the morning of Fireworks at 4 am parking will be restricted in the downtown area.
- Meters will be bagged once again so that the roads in the affected area will be free from cars.
- This will ensure that people attending the Fireworks will not have to deal with traffic, making this a safe night for all.
- No parking zones will be enforced during the day and traffic will be towed at the owner's expense.
- Police are encouraging the use of Transit Windsor Shuttle Services which will be departing from Devonshire Mall.
- Parking will also be restricted along Wyandotte St from Bruce to Aylmer.
Bike to Fireworks - Valet Parking for Cyclists on Fireworks Night Courtesy of the Windsor Bicycling Committee.
- Free supervised Parking
- Between 7 pm-11:30 pm
- Charles Clark Square locations
- Bring a lock if you can
- Don't forget to wear bright coloured clothing and your helmet
- Be sure your bike has lights for the ride home
- No Restrictions
- Application Process
- 24 Hrs/7 days per week: * Call 211 for details
- 24 Hrs/7days per week:
- Toll Free
- After Hours Phone
- Use Bell Relay Service. Dial 711 from TTY or call 1-800-855-0511
- Web Site
- Visit Website
- Documents Required
- No documents required
- Not Applicable
- Legal Status
- (70) Community Information
- Agency Information
- View Agency Profile
- 211 South West Region Contact Centre (Windsor, City)
- Hours of Operation
Dates: Jun 24 (Rain Date: Jun 25)
- Service Area(s)
- Essex County