2019 Firecracker 5K Fun Run
Online Registration Is Open!
The 15th Annual Firecracker 5K Run and Walk and Kids 100-Yard Dash is a fantastic way to start the July 4th holiday. Benefiting Pleasant Hill schools, the run has raised over $160,000 and continues to grow each year. So, gather up the family, dress is your best patriotic gear, and come join the fun on July 4th in downtown Pleasant Hill! Entry fee includes a commemorative race t-shirt!
- WHAT: 5K Run and Walk and Kids 100 Yard Dash fun run for 7 & under
- WHEN: July 4th with 5K at 8:00 AM; 100-yard dash fun run about 7:50 AM
- WHERE: Downtown Pleasant Hill
- WHY: Because all race net proceeds go to support Pleasant Hill schools
- PRIZES FOR: Top male and female in the 5K and Kids 100-yard dash fun run
Please read all the essential information below before registering.
Online registration This link takes you to the Registration website.
Can I decide what school receives my money?
Yes! During the registration process you will be asked to designate a Pleasant Hill school to receive the net proceeds of your registration fees.
The USATF certified 5K course starts by the corner of Gregory Lane and Trelany Road, in front of City Hall, and ends at 45 Crescent Drive, in front of the Clock Tower. The route winds through the downtown area and follows the same route as the parade. Runners make 3 laps around the course.
Entry Fee – Information coming soon
T-Shirts – Information coming soon
Bib Pick-up – information coming soon
Awards – information coming soon
> Parking is available at the multi-story parking lot on Crescent Drive across the street from the Century 16 Theater. Note that the entry/exit to this parking lot on Contra Costa Boulevard will remain open the entire day. The entry/exit on Crescent Drive will be closed from 7 AM to 11 AM
** Participants acknowledge and agree that photos and/or video footage taken during any of the events sponsored by and/or included in the Pleasant Hill Fourth of July celebration may be used without further consent or compensation by the Pleasant Hill Fourth of July Commission for promotional purposes. This includes, but is not limited to websites, Facebook, social networks, articles, and any other promotional or news materials regardless of the format.