At the City Council meeting held on June 29, 2021, the Lehi City Council implemented additional restrictions on the use of fireworks within Lehi City Limits. As drought conditions throughout the region continue to worsen, the Council, after receiving input from the Lehi Fire Department, felt that the agreed upon restrictions would be the best way to safeguard the City against fires. In addition to the usual restrictions North of SR-92 and along the Dry Creek Corridor, fireworks are prohibited South of Pioneer Crossing and along the Eastern and Western borders of the City. Please see the map for exact locations: 2021 Firework Restriction Map.
You can also use this interactive map to enter an exact address and determine if fireworks are prohibited or not.
Additionally, the City has provided 4 of the parks as a place for residents to set off fireworks on July 3rd and July 4th. The Lehi Fire Department will have personnel between 9 PM and 11 PM on July 3rd and 9 PM and midnight on July 4th at each of these parks:
- Olympic Park – 2700 West Parkside Drive
- Sage Vista Park – 1125 West 500 North
- Veterans Ballpark – 850 West Main Street
- Sports Park – 2000 West 700 South
We encourage everyone to be wise in their usage of fireworks. We also invite residents to join us at the annual fireworks display at Thanksgiving Point’s Electric Park on July 3rd.