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Q: Are New Year’s fireworks allowed in Glendale? A: Yes and no

Posted 12/31/21

Ring in the New Year in fun style, but be aware of fireworks that are and are not permitted within the Glendale city limits.

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Q: Are New Year’s fireworks allowed in Glendale? A: Yes and no

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Ring in the New Year in fun style, but be aware of fireworks that are and are not permitted within the Glendale city limits.

Under Glendale City Code, only ground-mounted or hand-held sparklers that don’t fly up in the air are allowed June 24-July 6 and Dec. 24-Jan. 3.

Fireworks that make a loud “bang” or fly in the air are always illegal. Those include firecrackers, cherry bombs, bottle rockets, roman candles, and aerial shells. No fireworks are allowed in Glendale between 12:30 a.m. and 7 a.m.

No one shall sell, possess, authorize, or manufacture consumer or display fireworks unless authorized by state law or city permit. The use of fireworks on public or city property is prohibited at all times.

Violations of the Glendale City Code regulating fireworks may result in a mandatory fine of $1,500 for the first offense and $2,000 for any subsequent offense.

Illegal use of fireworks may be reported to the Glendale Police Department non-emergency line at 623-930-3000.

And firing guns in the air is always prohibited.

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