All areas east of 300 East are restricted.
All areas east of 1000 East are restricted.
All areas east of 700 East from the Southern border of the city to Center Street, east of 470 East from Center Street to Canyon Road, east of 300 East from 200 North to the Northern border of the city are restricted.
All areas west of 200 West from Northern city boundary to 900 South and all areas south of 900 South to the Eastern city boundary are restricted.
Fireworks, fires, other than campfires with facilities provided, cutting, welding or grinding metal in dry vegetation within Carbon County is prohibited. For more information visit: http://1.usa.gov/KR8Hr8
Helper has banned fireworks, including sparklers, for the rest of the year. The city also banned open fires of any kind except those in dedicated fire pits or in designated picnic areas or private homes. A new law also makes it illegal to use anything that creates intense heat or sparks in areas of dry vegetation.
Price has restricted the use of any fireworks within 150 feet of any undeveloped property or within 150 feet of any urban-wildland interface area. The fire chief has also restricted use of fireworks within the city limits to the former Durrant Elementary School property between 9 p.m and midnight on July 4 only.
The county has restricted the use of all fireworks for the entire county. No personal fireworks can be set off in the county. The county’s Freedom Festival Firework Event on July 7 will still be held. For more information go to www.daggettcounty.org
Fireworks have been banned east of Bountiful Boulevard and north of 400 North Street, east of 900 East Street.
Neighborhoods nearest to the mountains in Centerville have fireworks restrictions, including everything east of 400 East and Main Street. For more information and a map go to http://www.centervilleut.net/.
Fireworks are banned in areas east of Mountain Road/1600 East. For more details go to http://bit.ly/FruitHeights
Restrictions in Kaysville can be found at http://bit.ly/Kaysville.
Layton City Fire Department is enacting a restriction on the use of aerial fireworks in portions of Layton City.
The affected areas include the following:
• East of 2000 E. from the south city limits to Cherry Lane.
• East of Fairfield Rd. north of Cherry Lane to Church St.
• East of Church St. from Fairfield Rd. to Highway 193
• East of 2400 E. from Highway 193 to the north city limits
• North of 3450 N. to the city limits, east of 2000 E.
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