It’s illegal to buy, sell or use fireworks in Oklahoma City
Remember that it’s illegal to buy, sell or use fireworks in the City of Oklahoma City as you make plans for Independence Day celebrations.
Sparklers, snakes, bottle rockets and all other popular fireworks are included in the ban. The ban applies to all private and public property in Oklahoma City, including parks, lakes and areas along the Oklahoma River.
Locations with Fire Department permits for professional fireworks displays include:
- 11501 N I-35 Service Road (Frontier City)
- 1000 S Lincoln Blvd. (Boathouse District)
- 2 S Mickey Mantle Drive (Oklahoma City Dodgers)
Check out the Fire Department’s video about fireworks safety for more information about how to stay safe this weekend, and share it with your friends.
Violators of the City’s fireworks ordinances are subject to a fine of $177, confiscation of fireworks and a possible jail sentence.
- Follow the City of Oklahoma City on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and more.
- Follow the Fire Department on Twitter and Facebook.
- Sign up for City of OKC news emails.
- Watch City Channel 20 on Cox Cable or live anywhere on YouTube.
- Download the OKC Connect smartphone app for Apple or Android.
Battalion Chief Benny Fulkerson