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Celebrate Safely and Legally this Fourth of July

The City of Walla Walla would like to share the following fireworks information with you regarding this 4th of July Season:

Please, fireworks may only be discharged on July 4th and only between the hours of 9 o’clock a.m. and midnight.

The following types of fireworks are not permitted in Walla Walla:

  • Fireworks that travel more than 20 feet off the ground
  • Fireworks that travel more than 15 feet along the ground
  • Fireworks specifically designed to produce noise. Examples include: whistles, booms, pops, crackles, bangs, ect.


If you choose to use fireworks please be careful:

  • Please, use only legal fireworks
  • Only use fireworks outdoors
  • Do not throw fireworks or hold them in your hands
  • Protect your eyes Never alter a firework Light only one device at a time
  • Never attempt to relight a firework that fails to light or does not work the first time
  • Keep water close by and soak fireworks after use
  • Keep fireworks, matches and lighters away from children

If you choose to use fireworks please be considerate:

  • Follow the rules
  • Please clean up after yourself
  • Many animals become frightened – please consider pets

Many types of fireworks, even when purchased at local fireworks booths, are not permitted in the City of Walla Walla. If you have any questions please contact the Walla Walla Fire Department at 524-4314.

The following pictures are examples of some of the types of fireworks not allowed to be discharged in the City of Walla Walla:

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City of Walla Walla, 15 North 3rd Avenue, Walla Walla, WA 99362
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