Fireworks in Denver are against the law

Fireworks in Denver are against the law

Fireworks are illegal in Denver. Every year numerous complaints, injuries and fires are associated with the unlawful use of fireworks in Denver. The Denver Police and Fire Department will be partnering for extra enforcement of violations of the Fireworks ordinance. Penalties for violations are; up to $999 in fines and/or court costs, up to 1 year in jail.

The Law: Under the International Fire Code, Section #33, (Adopted by the City & County of Denver)
  • 3301.1.3 “possession, manufacture, storage, sale, handling, and use of fireworks are prohibited”
  • 3301.2.2 “No person shall construct, a retail display, nor offer for sale…explosive materials, or fireworks”
  • 3302.1 Definition-Fireworks
    “Any composition or device for the purpose of producing a visible or an audible effect for entertainment purposes by combustion, deflagration or detonation…, 1.4G Fireworks, formerly known as Class C, or 1.3G Fireworks, formerly known as Class B-Special Fireworks.

If you have to light or ignite, it's illegal!!!

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Posted on July 02, 2012 (Archive on July 05, 2012)
Posted by kpellegrin  Contributed by kpellegrin