June 29, 2023

While we have been fortunate to receive quite a bit of rain this season, the City Council has adopted restrictions related to fireworks and open fires based on recommendations from our local Fire Marshal.

The current restrictions prohibit any aerial fireworks or open fires east of Canyon Road or within 100 feet of areas shown in orange on the map. The use of other fireworks and covered fires (i.e. screen covers on fire pits) are allowed. Areas indicated in yellow have restrictions as well.

The City encourages residents to use fireworks responsibly and safely to reduce the risk of accident and fires. Here are some safety tips provided by the National Council on fireworks safety: Use fireworks outdoors only, always have water nearby, either via a connected hose or buckets of water, and only use fireworks as intended. We also ask that fireworks be lit in or near driveways and never near empty lots, fields, or any place with significant dry vegetation.

Per state law, fireworks can be discharged July 2-5 and July 22-25 between 11am-11pm. (On July 4th and July 24th, allowable time is extended until midnight) Please review this information so you can safely and legally enjoy your fireworks!