Biloxi A to Z: Ward 4, fireworks, remembering Larry Sablich, and more

Biloxi A to Z: This weekend’s video features reminders for Ward Four residents voting in the special election and when fireworks can and cannot be shot in the city. There is also a look at the hours of operations for the city’s four splash pads, a look at the Biloxi Community Market Festivals, and when the city will be preparing for the Scrapin’ the Coast event.

This week’s video also includes a moment of remembrance for the city’s Port Manager Larry Sablich who recently passed away. And there is a look at the weekend weather and a list of events. The video closes with a flight along the Biloxi River.

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June Community Calendar

Biloxi Market Festivals

Splash pad information

News & Notes: Weekly reports, Juneteenth Weekend, Political signs

The week that was: Weekly reports from the departments of Police, Fire, Community Development, Public Works and Engineering are now online for your review. To see the report from last week and an archive of weekly reports, click here.

Juneteenth events: A list of events has been scheduled for this weekend’s Juneteenth celebration. To see more about the Unity Walk/Run, click here. To see the vendor application, click here. And, to see a complete list of events for the weekend celebration, click here.

Political signs: City ordinance states that all signs (including political signs) are prohibited from being “fastened to public property (unless placed by a public agency), a utility pole, a tree, a fence, or a rock,” and from “utilizing flashing lights and located within 50 feet of the right-of-way lines of major arterial streets, as identified in Biloxi’s Major Thoroughfare Plan.” To see the ordinance, click here.