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June 28, 2012 (Santee) – The City of Santee will host “Santee Salutes” festivities on July 4 featuring live musical entertainment by 80z All Stars, patriotic ceremonies, an inflatable zone for kids, food trucks,  and of course, fireworks.

This year, the event moves to a new location in Town Center Community Park East at 550 Park Center Drive in Santee.  Festivities run from 3:30-9:30 p.m..  A patriotic ceremony with color guard will be held at 6 p.m. and the fireworks display starts at 9 p.m. 

Admission is free.  Parking costs $5 ($15 for preferred parking).  A free shuttle service will be provided from nearby locations.  Additional charges apply for certain activities and foods. 

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Parking: (Parking Map)

  • General Event Parking: $5.00 per vehicle (no RV; cash only) – Town Center Community Park West, Sportsplex USA, & City of Santee Aquatics Center/Cameron Family YMCA
  • Preferred Parking: $15.00 per vehicle (no RV; cash only) – Town Center Community Park East
  • ADA parking: $5.00 per vehicle, cash only (must have ADA placard or license plate) - Town Center Community Park East
  • Proceeds will help support local youth sports groups and free special events
  • RV parking: Free at Costco
  • Free parking at Costco & Rio Seco School
  • Free shuttle service from Costco, Town Center Community Park West (behind the concession stand), Entrance to Sportsplex (sidewalk on Riverwalk Dr.) and Event Site (Town Center Community Park East) - (runs continuously from 3:00 - 10:00pm)
  • Dropping someone or equipment off? A loading and unloading area will be available at City of Santee Aquatics Center/Cameron Family YMCA


  • Prohitbited in paid parking lots: In & out privileges and tailgating
  • Glass containers and BBQ’s are prohibited in all areas of Town Center Community Park
  • Smoking only in designated areas
  • Pets must be on a leash
  • Area residents are encouraged to safely secure dogs or bring them inside


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