The department's original permit for the Fourth of July fireworks show is being amended by a fire marshal for the rescheduled date, said Mark Hoven, the park superintendent. The permit approves the site and shooting off fireworks.
"We just have to get the word out about the new date," he said.
The fireworks show was canceled Monday after a certified pyrotechnics handler was injured during a show Sunday night, said Doug Johnson, the director of the parks department.
Fourth of July fireworks have been an annual tradition at Wylie Park for 10 to 15 years, Hoven said. This is the first time the display has been canceled.
The parks department had geared up for a big day, but less revenue than expected was brought in, he said.
"There's an impact. Not as many people came to the park because of the fireworks show cancellation," Hoven said.
The July 23 makeup date will be during the weekend of the Storybook Land Festival, Johnson said.
Hoven said he has heard no negative feedback on the rescheduling. Residents have been generally happy with the decision, he said.