FIREWORKS BANNED IN CERTAIN AREAS OF HOLLADAY

Sparklers are banned in high hazard areas.

FIREWORKS BANNED IN CERTAIN AREAS OF HOLLADAY

Just a reminder that aerial fireworks are NOT ALLOWED anywhere within the borders of the City of Holladay. If fireworks go more than eight feet off the ground they are not allowed. Fireworks are only permitted from July 1st to July 7th between 11am and 11pm (hours extended to midnight on July 4th), July 21st to July 27th between 11am and 11pm (hours extended to midnight on July 24th).

Fireworks, including sparklers, have been banned in these high hazard areas: All areas east of I-215 including the freeway right-of-way, the Cottonwood Area, within 100 ft of Spring Creek, Neff’s Creek and Big Cottonwood Creek, and Creekside Park.

You can also find safety information and an interactive map at www.unifiedfire.org/services/fireprevention/firework.asp