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Wholesale Fireworks - Utah Firework Laws

Utah Wholesale Fireworks

Legal Requirements For Utah

Bottle Rockets: With Permit Only
Sky Rockets: With Permit Only
Roman Candles: With Permit Only
Firecrackers: With Permit Only
Sparklers: Legally Allowed
Smoke and Punk: Legally Allowed
Fountains: Legally Allowed
Missiles: With Permit Only
Novelties: Legally Allowed
Crackle and Strobe: Legally Allowed
Parachutes: With Permit Only
Wheels and Spinners: Legally Allowed
Aerial Spinners: With Permit Only
Display Shells: With Permit Only
Aerial Items: With Permit Only

Consumer Fireworks

Specifically Permitted:
Those fireworks sold at retail for consumer use and those not designated as Class C Dangerous Explosives . Newly allowed in 2011 are aerial devices known as multiple tube, repeater, or cakes lit by a single fuse.

Specifically Prohibited:
Firecrackers, bottle rockets, missiles, roman candles, sky rockets, rockets mounted on a wire or stick, ground salutes, M -80’s, cherry bombs, aerial salutes, flash shells, comets, mines, single shot or reloadable aerial shells, aerials that contain over 500 grams of pyrotechnic material & other illegal explosives are prohibited.

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Wholesale Fireworks put together this list in attempt to compile the relevant legal fireworks information for the State of Utah. The state laws for fireworks change all the time, so it is possible that the information above may be out of date. Please verify the information presented here with the State Fire Marshal. Wholesale Fireworks has provided this information for convenience only, and is not responsible for errors, omissions, or inaccuracies that may be present in this data.