Igniting & Using Fireworks

  1. Location Restrictions
  2. Time & Date Restrictions
  3. Usage Restrictions

Where Can Consumer Fireworks Be Used?

Consumer fireworks may not be used on public property, school property, church property, or the property of another without express permission from the owner. This ban includes hotels, motels, apartments, condominium properties, and any property not owned by the person who wishes to use consumer fireworks. Other examples would include mobile home parks, restaurants, vacant land, and utility corridors.

This ban applies all 365 days each year and there are no holiday exceptions.

The City’s ordinance also prohibits the use of all fireworks on public roads, sidewalks, and rights-of-way areas.