Biloxi A to Z: July BNews, dispatchers, fireworks, and more

Biloxi A to Z: Headlining this week’s video is the July BNews Monthly. The 28-page newsletter features the city’s annual water quality report, a listing of Fourth of July fireworks shows, a reminder about the city’s fireworks ordinance, and a look back at a Biloxi Fourth of July celebration in 1870. It also includes a look at the latest news in the Biloxi Fire Department, news and notes, why we share the beach with the Least terns, progress at the A. J. Holloway Sports Complex, random notes, the Biloxi Pulse column, the Biloxi Shuckers and Keesler Air Force Base columns, July trivia, a reminder of where to find the latest infrastructure update. community calendar, the BTV schedule, information on the latest Biloxi Cooks episode and recipe, and the Back in the Day column.

This week’s video also includes a request to fill dispatcher positions, absentee voting for the Ward 4 special election runoff, the holiday forecast, and a list of weekend events.
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News & notes: closings, fireworks-free zone, trash pickup

Office closings: All non-emergency city offices will be closed on Thursday, July 4, and Friday, July 5 in observance of Independence Day. The Biloxi Visitors Center, however, will be open through the holiday.

Fireworks-free zone: A fireworks-free zone will be marked off on the beach on July 4 from Oak Street to the Biloxi Small Craft Harbor. The area provides families with a place on the beach to enjoy the fireworks without distraction or worry about being hit by someone else shooting fireworks nearby. To see the map, click here.

Trash pickup: To assist in making sure your garbage, recycling, and yard waste are picked up in a timely manner, it is important to know how to separate it and what will and will not be picked up. For a refresher, click here.