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NOT ALLOWED THIS YEAR DUE TO INCREASED FIRE DANGER
Yes, as long as they are legal AND meet the definition of Safe and Sane. See definitions below.
“Safe and sane” fireworks are those that are neither projectile nor explosive—basically anything that doesn’t leave the ground.
Fireworks that fly, explode or travel more than one foot into the air or more than six feet on the ground.
Please call 911 if you see the following:
Do Not Call 911 if:
Violations will be punished with a civil infraction and by a fine of:
In addition to citations being issued, any illegal fireworks may be seized.
Yes! You may be subject to arrest for Reckless Burning in the First Degree 9A.48.040 or Second Degree 9A.48.050 depending on what type of structure or property is damaged, even if you did not intend on damaging it. Additionally, if you use fireworks in a reckless manner and someone is injured as a result, you may be subject to arrest for Unlawful discharge or use of fireworks 70.77.488.