New, more restrictive rules for fireworks in effect for Normandy Park this year


New, more restrictive rules for fireworks are in effect for Normandy Park this year, adopted by the City Council over a year ago:

Fireworks may be discharged within the City of Normandy Park from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. on the 3rd of July, and from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. on the 4th of July.

“It is a violation of law to discharge fireworks on July 3 or 4 outside of these hours, or at any other time, except limited hours on New Years,” City Manager Mark Hoppen said.

Moreover, it is unlawful to possess or discharge fireworks of any kind in or on any public park, public open space, public playground, public street or road or right of way, or other publicly owned property.  Also, no one can discharge fireworks at either shopping center in town, unless the person happens to own the shopping center.

So, where can fireworks in Normandy Park be discharged? 
Only on your own property, unless someone invites you as a guest on her or his property.


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