Fireworks Restrictions

On June 16, 2016 the Kaysville City Council passed an ordinance prohibiting the discharge of fireworks within specified areas of Kaysville City effective immediately. Kaysville Ordinance 7-4-5 (PDF)

These prohibited locations, designated as “High Fire Hazard Areas,” are highlighted in yellow on the map (PDF). Discharge of fireworks of any type within these High Fire Hazard Areas is a violation of this ordinance and a Class B Misdemeanor.

Should you have any questions, please contact the Kaysville City Fire Department at 801-544-2860.

Fireworks Safety

Here are a few safety tips from the National Council on Fireworks Safety

  • Use fireworks outdoors only.
  • Obey local laws. If fireworks are not legal where you live, do not use them!
  • Always have water handy (a hose or buckets of water).
  • Only use fireworks as intended. DO NOT try to alter them or combine them.
  • Never re-light a “dud” firework (wait 20 minutes and then soak it in a bucket of water).
  • Use common sense when using fireworks. Spectators should keep a safe distance from the fireworks. The person lighting the fireworks should wear safety glasses.
  • Alcohol and fireworks do not mix! Have a “designated” person light fireworks.
  • Only persons over age 12 should be allowed to handle sparklers of any type.
  • DO NOT ever use homemade fireworks or illegal explosives; they can kill! Report illegal explosives to the fire or police department in your community.

Fireworks Sales & Discharge Dates


Class “C” fireworks can be sold on the following dates:

  • June 24 to July 25
  • December 29 to December 31
  • 2 days before and on Chinese New Year’s Eve


Between the hours of 11 a.m. and 11 p.m. except as noted:

  • July 2 to July 5
    • July 4 hours extended to midnight
  • July 22 to 25
    • July 24 hours extended to midnight
  • December 31*
    • 11 a.m. until 1 a.m. January 1
  • Chinese New Year’s Eve
    • 11 a.m. until 1 a.m. the following day

*if New Year’s eve is on a Sunday and the local governmental jurisdiction determines to celebrate New Year’s eve on the prior Saturday (December 30), then it is lawful to discharge Class C common state approved explosives on that prior Saturday.

High Fire Hazard Area