Goodyear Police ask residents to use fireworks responsibly this Fourth of July

Independent Newsmedia
Posted 7/3/20

The Goodyear Police Department posted two informational graphics on social media to inform the public what fireworks are and are not permissable for use in the city.

GPD asked the public to use …

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Goodyear Police ask residents to use fireworks responsibly this Fourth of July

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The Goodyear Police Department posted two informational graphics on social media to inform the public what fireworks are and are not permissable for use in the city.

GPD asked the public to use only legal fireworks and use extreme caution.

“Please closely watch children and avoid wildfires by keeping fireworks away from dry brush!” the department’s Facebook post stated. “Also, please remember your neighbors who may suffer from PTSD and who may have nervous pets that are afraid of the loud noise.”

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