State Fire Marshal - Fireworks Restrictions by Local Communities
After Action Report
Class C Prohibited Fireworks
Alpine Restrictions - No ignition of fireworks allowed within city limits. Due to the nature of the Quail Fire in Alpine City it is requested that residents in Alpine refrain from lighting fireworks until further notice. All resources are currently being used to fight the Quail Fire.
Alta – The fire ban issued by the Utah State Forester encompasses all land within the Town of Alta. The Town has endorsed and adopted these restrictions and considers these restrictions a join order issued by the State Forester and the Town of Alta. If you should have any further questions, please contact Mayor Tom Pollard at 801-243-0837 or Mike Morey, Town Marshal at 801-363-5105.
Apple Valley Ordinance
Ashley National Forest Fireworks Ban
Bingham Creek Map
Bluffdale – Bluffdale City Fire Chief has banned all fireworks in the following locations:
-All areas East of Redwood Road/Camp Williams Road
-Any area within 100 feet of dry fields/vegetation.
Bountiful Map – By City ordinance and Fire Chief proclamation, fireworks in Bountiful are entirely banned in an expanded area, now including all areas east of Orchard Drive and east of 400 East (north of 500 South).
Bryce Canyon City Restrictions – No private fireworks are allowed on Ruby’s Inn property or within Bryce Canyon City Limits.
Cache Valley Restrictions (updated 7-2-2012)
Cedar City Ordinance
Cedar Hills Restrictions – No ignition of fireworks in the following areas: East of Canyon Road (SR146). Due to the nature of the Quail Fire in Alpine City it is requested that residents in Cedar Hills refrain from lighting fireworks until further notice. All resources are currently being used to fight the Quail Fire.
Centerville – Map (updated 7-2-2012) The Centervile fireworks restriction area has been expanded from the
foothills to Main Street to Chase Lane, then from the foothills to 400 East (Orchard Drive).
Clay Hollow Wash Map
Daggett County Fire & Fireworks Restrictions
Davis County Restrictions
Diamond Valley – No fireworks and No open fires.
Duchesne City Resolution
Elk Ridge (6-22-2012) – Banned for the holidays of July 4th and July 24th. This includes the days prior and after as allowed by state law. Any questions should be directed to Chief Seth Waite @ 801-369-8429 or the city offices @ 891-423-2300.
Enterprise – Requested residents to refrain from using fireworks and starting fires.
Forestry, Fire, & State Lands - Utah Fire Restrictions Order
Garden City Restrictions
Garland – Garland City has not implemented fireworks restrictions based on the number of areas that have burn potential. The fire department is not issuing any burn permits.
Genola has restricted all fireworks in city limits.
Green River – There are to be no fireworks done in the city. The only place it will be allowed is at our shooting park on July 4th, before or after our City Fireworks program. We have decided as Mayor and City Council that the shooting park area does not pose a fire risk. The whole area around is extremely sparse of flammable material.
Henefer – Henefer Town, Utah has canceled their fireworks display for the 4th of July due to Extreme Fire Danger. The Council has also banned all fireworks, and open fires within city limits. A resolution was passed on June 28, for as long as the fire danger is high.
Highland Restrictions – Due to the nature of the Quail Fire in Alpine City it is requested that residents in Highland refrain from lighting fireworks until further notice. All resources are currently being used to fight the Quail Fire.
Holladay City Restrictions
Hyrum – Hyrum City has restricted fireworks in all areas east of 1300 East.
Jordan River Parkway Map
Leamington – There is a ban on all aerial fireworks. All other fireworks use is restricted to the local baseball park while that area is protected by the fire chief on July 4, 2012. Restrictions will be reviewed by Leamington Town Board at the regularly scheduled meeting July 5th.
Manila Fire Ordinance
Marysvale – Marysvale town has cancelled the towns fireworks for the 24th of July due to the extremely dry conditions.
Midway City Restrictions
Milford City Resolution
Myton Resolution with Map
Nephi – Nephi City has postponed its 4th of July community fireworks show and
will reschedule when conditions are conducive to a safe show. Nephi City also asks residents to exercise extreme caution with
personal and family celebrations and to not discharge any fireworks
within one block of an open field or other areas containing dry weeds
or brush or within one block of the drainage channel called the Hollow.
Nibley – In Nibley City, fireworks use is restricted in all areas east of Hollow Road.
North Salt Lake (updated 7-2-2012) Map
North Tooele County Restrictions
Panguitch – On Tuesday July, 26,2012 the Panguitch Fire Department and City Council banned personal fireworks for the 2012 season.
Paradise – No fireworks east of 100 East and No fireworks west of 300 West.
Paragonah - Fire danger is extremely high. Please help to prevent fires. NO FIRES of any type in or around Paragonah allowed. ALL FIREWORKS HAVE BEEN BANNED until further notice.
Payson Restrictions (updated 6-28-2012)
Pine Valley – No fireworks
Pleasant View Resolution
Provo Restrictions – In addition to these restrictions, fireworks are not allowed anywhere on the BYU Campus.
Rich County – Rich County and ALL of the incorporated towns within Rich county have passed a complete & TOTAL fire & fireworks prohibited resolution. We ask for support in prohibiting fires & fireworks on state lands within Rich County until further notice.
Salem – The City Council has prohibited fireworks north of 400 North.
Salina – All aerial fireworks (any firework or flammable object) that leaves the ground is prohibited. No other firework shall be discharged within 20 feet of any residence, dwelling, structure, or combustible material. Use extreme caution with any allowable fireworks.
South Ogden Restrictions
South Weber – No fireworks east of Highway 89 and no aerial fireworks on the Layton/South Weber border.
Spanish Fork Restrictions
Torrey – Under the Direction of the Torrey Town Fire Chief, The Mayor and Town Council, Torrey Town is banning all use of fireworks and incendiary devices within the Torrey Town limits due to high fire danger. As a strong precaution all areas within the Torrey Water service are requested to refrain from use of fireworks.
Tremonton Ordinance with map
Tropic – Fireworks and open fires are not allowed.
Utah County Ban Information
Wasatch County Restrictions
Washington City Executive Order
West Point Ordinance
West Valley – West Valley City has an ordinance in place that restricts the use of fireworks west of U-111. This is an ongoing ordinance.[Last Update - Friday, 08-Mar-2013 16:26:29 MST]