Why is it illegal to light fireworks up when it's not 4th of July or New years?
Because its dangerous and a fire hazard.
There are no dates associated with lighting fireworks. There are laws that make it illegal to light fireworks anywhere, at anytime, in many states. And the level of fireworks that are allowed vary as well. Check your local laws carefully to avoid ending up with a police record. And fireworks should only be used under proper supervision and taking all the proper precautions.
Depending on where you live, it can be illegal to light off fireworks other than during Independence Day. In most larger cities fireworks are illegal at all times, except when discharged by licensed contractors who are hired by the city, town, or county to provide fireworks displays. In smaller rural communities discharging the smaller fireworks may be legal for a short period around the 4th of July. This may be from a week prior to…
This entirely depends on where you live. Even county to county regulations vary, so you best contact the local fire marshalls office to get a definite answer answer 2 In some states, it is illegal for a private citizen to light fireworks at any time. A special license is given for a municipality to have a fireworks show.
That depends on the municipality or state laws. In many it is illegal to shoot fireworks at any time of the year. If there are fire hazards there are even more restrictions. A few states or counties ban fireworks outside of designated times, but most don't. However, fireworks are generally available only around the 4th of July, New Years, and the Chinese New Year (in late January).
No, Oklahoma does not allow any fire works that is what I've been told by people that live there, due to the dryness and high winds No, it is not illegal until the up coming new years. It depends what your state law is. Most of the time it is allowed. If you can light off fireworks before the 4th, it may be okay to light them after the 4th.
It is illegal to ignite fireworks anywhere in Shelby County without a permit. This includes all of the municipalities within the county: Memphis, Bartlett, Germantown, Millington, Collierville, Arlington, and Lakeland. It is not illegal, however, to purchase or possess fireworks and many people flock to the county lines to purchase fireworks for the 4th of July and New Year's Eve. If you want to stay out of trouble and keep your neighbors happy, leave the…
The legality of fireworks varies with the type of fireworks, the state, and local or county laws. Here in California, "Safe and Sane" fireworks can be legally sold for two weeks before Independence Day. However, some counties and cities are banning them this year due to the extreme wildfire danger caused by our 5-year drought.
Fireworks, especially firecrackers have been around for over 1,000 years, so they were not new to most Europeans and later Americans. The reason for the display for the 4th of July can be attributed to John Adams. In a letter to his wife, Adams stated that the say should be remembered with games, sports, parades, bells, bonfires and illuminations. The first fireworks display was July 4, 1777.