Fireworks Regulations

Fireworks Regulations

Fireworks Regulations

Consumer Fireworks Regulations & Prohibited Conduct

It shall be unlawful for any person to ignite, discharge, and/or use consumer fireworks, except on the days:

  • The Saturday and Sunday immediately preceding Memorial Day
  • June 29
  • June 30
  • July 1
  • July 2
  • July 3
  • July 4
  • July 5, if that day is a Friday or Saturday
  • The Saturday and Sunday immediately preceding Labor Day
  • December 31 until 1:00AM on January 1

    Consumer Fireworks shall not be ignited, discharged, or used prior to 11:00AM or after 11:45PM on the above days, except that fireworks may be utilized from 11:00AM on December 31 until 1:00AM on January 1.

    A person shall not ignite, discharge, or use consumer fireworks on public property, school property, church property, or the property of another person without that organizations or persons express written permission to use those fireworks on those premises.

    Consumer fireworks shall not be ignited, discharged, or used by a person under the influence of alcohol liquor, or controlled substances or a combination of both.

    A minor shall not possess, ignite, discharge, or use consumer fireworks.
  • 143.032 - Restrictions on location and manner of discharge, ignition and use of consumer and low impact fireworks.

    Sec. 32. No person shall discharge consumer or low impact fireworks other than in the manner prescribed by the manufacturer's directions. No person shall discharge consumer or low impact fireworks:

    (a)Within 25 feet of a property line;

    (b)Within any public roadway or public right-of-way;

    (c)Within, upon or from a motor vehicle;

    (d)At a person, vehicle or animal;

    (e)Within 500 feet of a gasoline service station;

    (f)During weather conditions involving wind speeds in excess of 10 mph;

    (g)Within 25 feet of a building, structure, shed or playscape;

    (h)Within a building or enclosed space within fifty (50) feet of a flame or flammable surface;

    (i)From or upon any type of container or other object that could reasonably be foreseen to impede the aerial of progress of the firework or to cause a fire or explosion after ignition;

    (j)Without an adequate water source located in the immediate vicinity.

    (Ord. No. 108-B, § 1.1, 12-16-15)


Read the FULL Ordinance HERE for additional information.