Your firefighters see serious injuries and property loss caused by fireworks every year on and around the Fourth of July.
We’re concerned and we need your help. Here’s what you can do to help make this a safer July 4:

Attend a public fireworks display

Skip the trip to the fireworks stand and attend a public display. This is the SAFEST way to enjoy fireworks.

Observe bans and restrictions

In unincorporated Snohomish County and Brier, fireworks can only be discharged on July 4 from 9 a.m. to midnight.
Fireworks are not allowed in parks or on school property.
Fireworks are banned in Mountlake Terrace, Edmonds, Everett and Woodway.

Don’t use or tolerate illegal fireworks

Be a good neighbor and a good citizen. Don’t use illegal fireworks and don’t tolerate the use of illegal fireworks by family members, friends or partygoers.
Fireworks purchased on tribal lands, out of state or over the internet may be illegal. Firecrackers, bottlerockets and skyrockets are ALL illegal to possess and discharge.

Be a good neighbor. Be a good citizen. Don't use illegal fireworks. Don't ruin July 4 for those who celebrate safely.

Public Fireworks Displays