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The Grants Pass Department of Public Safety wants every one to have a fun and safe Fourth of July. The safest way to enjoy fireworks is to attend a public display conducted by trained professionals.
Over 75% of fireworks injuries are from consumer fireworks legal in many states like firecrackers, bottle rockets, roman candles, fountains, and sparklers. Fireworks injuries are most commonly associated with:
Who commonly gets hurt by fireworks?
What kinds of injuries are typical?
See these maps for more detailed information:
North Grants Pass Hazard Zones
South Grants Pass Hazard Zones
These sections of Title 9 of the Municipal Code apply:
Any firework that does not explode, fly into the air, travel more than 6 feet horizontally, and/or 12" vertically from the point of ignition.
Unclassified items, which are not classified as fireworks such as:
Any firework that explodes or flies through the air, travels more than 6 horizontal feet or 12" vertically on smooth ground or behaves in an uncontrolled manner.
Many properties have been annexed into the Grants Pass city limits over the years. It is the property owner's responsibility to know if they are located in city limits and abide by the Grants Pass city ordinances. Please refer to the maps below.
Call the Fire Prevention Office at 541-450-6200.