Utah cities list firework restrictions for July 4
Jun 28, 2022, 4:36 PM | Updated: Jul 1, 2022, 4:32 pm
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UTAH – As Independence Day arrives, local cities and counties are releasing their firework restrictions.
Fireworks are only legal to fire from July 2 to 5 from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., besides July 4, which extends to midnight in most areas.
Lehi’s restricted areas can be found here.
According to a post from the city, “As a solution for those living or wishing to discharge fireworks within the restricted areas, Lehi City will allow for the discharge of fireworks on Sunday, July 3rd between the hours of 9 PM and 11 PM and on Monday, July 4th between the hours of 9 PM and 12 Midnight at the following city parks: Olympic Park (2700 W Parkside Dr.), Veterans Ballpark (850 W Main St), and Sports Park (2000 W 700 S).”
However, areas like Wayne County, Elk Ridge, and Park City are prohibiting any use of fireworks because of dry conditions.
Fireworks of any kind are not allowed in Park City this fourth of July. Also banned is any non-permitted open flame. The Park City Council has decided the extended drought and dry conditions present too great a risk. @GLFOP pic.twitter.com/pPdwCvbNdY
— Park City Police Department (@ParkCityPD) July 1, 2022
If you want to see what areas are restricted in Salt Lake County, you can check out the interactive map from officials.
If you are outside Salt Lake County, you can either look at the Utah Fire Info map or contact your local officials for guidance.
St. George also has their own interactive map for its residences.
Here are maps of cities sent to KSL-TV.