While the state of Oklahoma permits the sale of most fireworks, individual cities have different ordinances regarding the sale and shooting of fireworks within the city limits. Most metro areas require you to purchase a permit, which allow you to shoot fireworks on specific dates.
Oklahoma Fireworks Laws
• It is illegal to offer fireworks for retail sale to residents of the state before June 15th or after July 6th, and before December 15th or after January 2nd.
• It is unlawful to explode or ignite fireworks within 500 feet of any church, hospital, asylum, public school, unharvested agricultural crop, or where fireworks are stored or sold. In addition, fireworks may not be lit in or thrown from motor vehicles or thrown at/near a group of people.
• The sale, gift, distribution, or use of skyrockets with sticks as defined by the U.S. Department of Transportation is prohibited. This prohibition includes, but is not limited to "bottle rockets." Other prohibited fireworks include “cherry bombs,” and “M-80’s.”
• Any city or town can pass ordinances as deemed necessary to regulate or prohibit the sale and use of fireworks within its corporate limits. • Information on Oklahoma's fireworks law can be accessed through the State Fire Marshal's website (http://www.firemar.state.ok.us/). Additional information regarding national fireworks regulations can be accessed at the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission website (http://cpsc.gov/info/fireworks/).
City of Mannford (918-865-4314) - Per City Hall: Permit required. Permits can be obtained from city hall for $20. Permits allow fireworks to be shot in the city limits on July 4th from 12pm-11pm.
City of Muskogee (918-682-6602) - Per City Hall: No permit required. The shooting of fireworks is allowed on July 4th until 11PM. City of Owasso (918-376-1500) - From City of Owasso Website FAQ: Fireworks that make a loud explosion or launch into the air are prohibited. Sparklers, smoke bombs, and fountains are examples of legal fireworks. Firecrackers, rockets, mortars, etc., are examples of illegal fireworks.
City of Wagoner (918-485-4586) - Per City Hall: No permit required. The shooting of fireworks is allowed on July 2nd, 3rd and 4th from 10AM-11PM.
Outside of most city limits, the shooting of fireworks is permitted. If in doubt, please contact your county authority.
If your city or town is not listed above, you can contact your local city hall.
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