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    Is it legal to shoot fireworks off before the 4th of July?

    Answer (1 of 3): In those parts of the United States that are still a free country, it’s legal to set off fireworks every day of the year. You’ll know when you’re in a free country because there will be firework stores open every day that sell real fireworks, not just sparklers and party poppers....

    Is it legal to shoot fireworks off before the 4th of July?

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    Native New Yorker. Journalist, writes www.nyconthecheap.comAuthor has 405 answers and 358.2K answer views3y

    It is not legal to “shoot fireworks” in NYC either before or after the 4th of July.

    It is not legal to possess or light fireworks in NYC at any time, any day of the year. Period.

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    Lives in Las VegasAuthor has 10.2K answers and 33.2M answer views3y

    In those parts of the United States that are still a free country, it’s legal to set off fireworks every day of the year. You’ll know when you’re in a free country because there will be firework stores open every day that sell real fireworks, not just sparklers and party poppers. Often these stores provide a place nearby where you can shoot off what you buy, if you don’t have a legal place to set them off where you live.

    Above: Alamo Fireworks store, Armagosa Valley, Nevada.

    Below: Moapa Paiute Travel Plaza, Moapa, Nevada. A big store.

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    What do I do when my neighbors keep setting off fireworks?

    You can try. Most won’t care. Too many Americans equate “freedom” with selfishness. “I can do whatever I want, no matter what impact it has on you and your life.”

    Try explaining the reasons NOT to set off fireworks. The easiest is that they are illegal in many places. There’s more though that your neighbor might not know, and might actually care if they have an ounce of empathy.

    Fireworks have been going off nightly where I live for at least a month now. This is not a “one night a year” thing. Sure, they're pretty, but the damages outweigh the fun. It may be traditional entertainment, but we mov

    Karl Meyer

    Lives in Elizabeth, South Australia, AustraliaAuthor has 130 answers and 273.2K answer views2y

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    Why do people shoot off fireworks weeks before and after the Fourth of July?

    I personally believe that those who set off fireworks at two in the morning should be run down if found

    I am sick of low IQ morons waking me up with their slow-witted antics.

    Miles Gordon

    Retired city copAuthor has 3.8K answers and 20.1M answer viewsUpdated Jun 21

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    Do police ever arrest people for illegally shooting off fireworks?

    I have. Technically it’s an arrest, but in reality it’s a misdemeanor citation (an expensive one). Usually, I just give them a warning and confiscate the unspent illegal fireworks and take them (the fireworks) to the fire station.

    The last July 4th I worked, I saw aerial displays (illegal in California absent a pyrotechnics license) about a block from my location. I parked my car around the corner and walked up just in time to see a guy in the middle of the street light the fuse on a huge (and beautiful) aerial display. We were in the middle of a drought, and most of the homes on the block had

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    Dale Gardner

    I sold fireworksAuthor has 724 answers and 6.5M answer views2y

    I live in Tennessee and after an extensive search, I could not find any information of when you can set off fireworks in Tennessee, therefore I assume that you can set fireworks off any day of the year depending on where you live. The only information I was able to find was what counties or municipalities fireworks were prohibited. Fortunately, the county I live in has no limitations.

    As for the time period you can purchase fireworks in Tennessee, with a standard license to sell fireworks, you...

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    What's the best state to launch off illegal fireworks on the fourth of July?

    I have dogs. Dogs are freightened by fireworks. My dogs. It's illegal to launch the damn things in my borough. Ever.

    You do so and I get pissed and call the police. I call and say I hear multiple gunshots.

    Party is over.

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    Ohio’s new fireworks law: Everything you need to know before July 4th

    Most Ohioans can set off firecrackers, bottle rockets, roman candles and fountains for the first time... if they follow the rules.

    Ohio’s new fireworks law: Everything you need to know before July 4th

    Some Ohioans can set off firecrackers, bottle rockets, roman candles and fountains for the first time... if they follow the rules.

    Ohio’s new fireworks law: Everything you need to know before July 4th

    By FOX19 Digital Staff

    Published: Jun. 26, 2022 at 11:04 PM UTC

    CINCINNATI (WXIX) - A new fireworks law goes into effect July 3 across Ohio, but not all fireworks are legal everywhere, and exceptions apply.

    The law newly allows people to set off “consumer fireworks” on their own property or on another person’s property with permission.

    Consumer fireworks are sandwiched in the middle of Ohio’s fireworks classifications between “trick fireworks” and “display fireworks.”

    Trick fireworks

    Trick fireworks (or “novelty fireworks”) are smoke bombs, snaps, glow snakes and sparklers. For the most part, these fireworks can be purchased anywhere and used anytime, but some local communities have passed ordinances that prevent even these from being sold.

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    In jurisdictions where novelty fireworks are allowed, the State Fire Marshal urges extreme caution.

    “While legal, these can still pose serious health problems, including severe burns, injuries to the hands, eyes and face, and even blindness or hearing loss. For example, sparklers burn at up to 1800°, hot enough to melt gold. The risk of severe burns is real. In addition, puncture-type injuries to the eye are not uncommon,” a DOC spokesperson says.

    The City of Cincinnati permits these fireworks, but a decades-old ordinance remains in effect prohibiting consumer fireworks, meaning Ohio’s new law figures to have little impact in the Queen City.

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    Consumer Fireworks

    Consumer fireworks are firecrackers, bottle rockets, roman candles and fountains.

    The new law allows them to be sold by licensed manufacturers or wholesalers. They can be purchased by those over 18 who sign a form promising not to transport the fireworks outside Ohio within 48 hours (or 72 hours for nonresidents.)

    Improperly filling out the purchaser form can result in a misdemeanor charge with a $1,000 fine and six months in jail. Subsequent violations become felonies.

    These fireworks cannot be discharged within 150 feet of spectators or in any street, highway, alley or public way.

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    You can only set them off on certain days from 4-11 p.m.:

    New Year’s Day (Jan. 1);

    Chinese New Year’s Day;

    Cinco de Mayo (May 5);

    Labor Day weekend, or the last Monday in May as well as the preceding Saturday and Sunday;

    Juneteenth (June 19)

    July 3rd, 4th and 5th, as well as the Friday, Saturday and Sunday following the 4th;

    The first Monday of September as well as the preceding Saturday and Sunday;

    Diwali; and

    New Year’s Eve (Dec. 31) from 4-11:59 p.m.

    [Ohio Department of Commerce >> Frequently asked questions and safety tips]

    Display Fireworks

    Display or exhibitor fireworks are aerial shells fired from mortars. They can only be sold by a licensed manufacturer, wholesaler or shipper out-of-state and can only be sold to a licensed manufacturer, wholesaler or exhibitor.

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    They can only be discharged by a licensed exhibitor in accordance with Ohio laws regarding exhibitions.

    Fairfield

    The City of Fairfield will continue to not allow fireworks, according to the Fairfield Police Department’s Facebook post.

    Below is the entire statement from the department:

    “NOTICE: Even though lawmakers for the State of Ohio have legalized fireworks on certain holidays beginning this July 1, the statute will NOT apply in the City of Fairfield. Fireworks are still prohibited in the City of Fairfield as they have been under City ordinance. Part of this new state law allows cities to continue to ban fireworks.

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    “In the best interest of public safety( fire hazard, personal injury, as well as noise complaints), the City of Fairfield will continue the ban on fireworks within city limits, which includes possession, sale, and discharge of fireworks.

    “Thank you for your cooperation!!!!”

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    Fireworks

    Find tips and information about fireworks within the community.

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    Fireworks

    EFFECTIVE 2021: Fireworks are banned in unincorporated southwest Snohomish County. 

    IT IS ALWAYS ILLEGAL TO:

    Discharge fireworks in Arlington, Brier, Edmonds, Everett, Gold Bar, Lynnwood, Marysville, Mill Creek, Mountlake Terrace, Mukilteo, Woodway, and in unincorporated southwest Snohomish County.

    Discharge fireworks in any Washington State Park or Snohomish County Park

    Discharge fireworks on federal land, including those managed by the Department of Natural Resources and the U.S. Forest Service.

    Discharge fireworks on public property, public streets, sidewalks, parking lots, or school property.

    Discharge fireworks on private property without permission, and to discharge fireworks from private property onto public property

    Possess or discharge illegal fireworks. Firecrackers, rockets, rockets, M-80s, dynamite, and all homemade fireworks are all illegal.

    REMEMBER: Fireworks and alcohol and/or marijuana don’t mix! If you are in a jurisdiction where firework discharge is legal and you plan to partake, please assign a designated “shooter” who stays sober and unimpaired.

    Fourth of July and Fireworks

    Each year, the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office and the Fire Marshal’s Office receive more than 650 firework-related calls in July.

    Be a good neighbor. Here are some tips on how to celebrate this 4th of July safely and legally in Snohomish County:

    Check out the "4th of July Fireworks Discharge Map (PDF)"

    Call 425-407-3999 to report the illegal discharge of fireworks (please do not call 911 unless there is an immediate threat to life or property).

    Only discharge fireworks in legal areas of unincorporated Snohomish County on July 4 from 9 AM to 11:59 PM (fireworks are banned in unincorporated southwest Snohomish County)

    It is illegal to discharge fireworks before or after the Fourth of July. Fireworks are always illegal in unincorporated Snohomish County before and after the Fourth of July.

    New Year’s Eve Fireworks

    Here are some tips on how to celebrate New Year’s Eve safely and legally in Snohomish County:

    Nowhere is it legal in unincorporated Snohomish County to discharge fireworks on New Year’s Eve. Call 425-407-3999 to report the illegal discharge of fireworks (please do not call 911 unless there is an immediate threat to life or property).

    You can legally discharge fireworks on New Year’s Eve in:

    Darrington Granite Falls Monroe Snohomish Stanwood Sultan

    The discharge of fireworks is illegal year-round in many places in Snohomish County, including:

    Arlington Brier Edmonds Everett Gold Bar Index Lynnwood

    Marysville (effective January 2017)

    Mill Creek Mountlake Terrace Mukilteo Woodway

    public property (including public streets, sidewalks, parking lots, or school property)

    private property without permission AND from private property onto public property

    Washington State Parks

    Snohomish County Parks

    Federal land, including those managed by the Department of Natural Resources and the U.S. Forest Service

    It is illegal to discharge fireworks on New Year’s Eve in the following cities (they allow fireworks ONLY for the 4th of July holiday):

    Bothell Lake Stevens

    Online Resources

    Snohomish County Fire Marshal

    Washington State Patrol’s list of Legal and Illegal Fireworks

    South County Fire

    Snohomish County City Websites (to find public fireworks displays)

    Arlington Bothell Brier Darrington Edmonds Everett Gold Bar Granite Falls Lake Stevens Lynnwood Marysville Mill Creek Monroe Mountlake Terrace Mukilteo Snohomish Stanwood Sultan Woodway

    Snohomish County Fireworks Discharge Maps

    4th of July Discharge Map (PDF)

    Stay Safe & Legal on 4th of July

    Source : snohomishcountywa.gov

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