Cities around the state announce fireworks restrictions
SALT LAKE CITY — A number of cities throughout Utah have already announced fireworks restrictions for the upcoming holidays in July.
In Salt Lake City, officials are asking residences to become familiar with the areas where fireworks are not allowed. Those caught violating the fireworks restrictions could face a fine of up to $1,000.
Per @slcfire, the use of fireworks is restricted in Salt Lake City limits. Review the online map to know which areas allow fireworks and which do not. Those caught violating firework restrictions may be fined $1,000 🧨
— SLCgov (@SLCgov) June 22, 2022
In Cottonwood Heights, residents have been provided a map of where the fireworks-restricted areas are within the city limits.
Fireworks are legal July 2-5 and July 22-25 from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. On July 4 and July 24, the time is extended to midnight.
This map shows the current firework-restricted areas in Cottonwood Heights. Remember: Fireworks are legal ONLY between 11 a.m. and 11 p.m. July 2-5 and July 22-25 (the firework discharge time extends to midnight on July 4 and July 24). #cottonwoodheights pic.twitter.com/QTQcbXzGjN
— Cottonwood Heights (@CHCity) June 22, 2022
Fireworks restrictions in Washington County
In Washington County, letting off fireworks out of the incorporated city is not allowed.
Where fireworks are allowed in Washington County and safety tips, click here.
In Lindon, fireworks restrictions are in place for foothills on the eastern side of the city, Dry Canyon, city parks, vacant lots, and west of I-15.
For a map of the fireworks restrictions in Lindon, click here.
In Lehi, fireworks restrictions will be in place for expanded area in the Dry Creek area. Additionally, fireworks restrictions are in place for areas north of Timpanogos Highway and south of Pioneer Crossing.
For more information on the restrictions in Lehi, click here.
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