Utah fireworks laws have had some changes that go into effect this firework season. You may now purchase and use lawful fireworks from June 26 – July 26...
There have been some significant changes in the Utah fireworks laws that go into effect this firework season. You may now purchase and use lawful fireworks from June 26 – July 26. (The dates for sale and use of fireworks for New Year and Chinese’s New Year celebrations remains the same.)
A new type of aerial firework is now lawful. Aerial devices, also known as “multiple tube,” “repeater,” or “cake” fireworks often look like miniature professional displays and can travel high into the air, as much as 150 feet. Still not allowed: firecrackers, M-80, cherry bombs, bottle rockets, Roman candles, single or reloadable mortars, and ground salutes.
You may contact the Office of the State Fire Marshal at 801-284-6350 for more information or read the fact sheet below.