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We are asking for your help to keep the community safe this year by sharing this important information about fireworks safety.
Fireworks are prohibited north of the Timpanogos Highway including Traverse Mountain, and along the Dry Creek Corridor from 1200 E to Center St. Press Release
Please, pay particular attention to safety recommendations and safety tips from manufacturers and retailers who sell fireworks. Reading instructions is very important and necessary to help reduce the chances of a destructive fire or debilitating injury.
Following are 2018 Sales and Discharge dates for Lehi and the State of Utah:
June 24 – July 25
December 29 – January 1
2 days before and on the Chinese New Year’s Eve
Discharge-fireworks can be discharged between the hours of 11 a.m. and 11 p.m. except as noted:
July 2- 5 (July 4, hours extended to midnight)
July 22-25 (July 24, hours extended to midnight)
December 31 (hours extended to 1 a.m. January 1)
Chinese New Year’s Eve (hours extended to 1 a.m. the following day)
Aerial fireworks sold in Utah retail stores are now legal. Aerial devices, also known as “multiple tube,” “repeater,” or “cake” fireworks often look like miniature professional displays and can travel high into the air, as much as 150 feet.
Still not allowed: firecrackers, M-80, cherry bombs, bottle rockets, Roman candles, single or reloadable mortars, and ground salutes. You can be arrested for the use of illegal fireworks.
Here are a few safety guidelines
Fireworks are an American tradition. Safety and common sense are so important as we celebrate the holidays with fireworks. Shooting fireworks can provide hours of wholesome family entertainment, but must be use carefully and safely. You may contact the Lehi Fire Department at 385.201.1081 with questions or visit the State Fire Marshal website.