safest fireworks to buy in oklahoma

The Consumer Product Safety Commission and the National Council on Fireworks Safety offer the following tips:

Remember, fireworks can be dangerous, causing serious burn and eye injuries. You can help us prevent fireworks-related injuries and deaths. How? By working with a national, state or local organization where you live to promote fireworks safety in your community.

Follow these safety tips when using fireworks: 

  • Never allow young children to play with or ignite fireworks.

  • Avoid buying fireworks that are packaged in brown paper because this is often a sign that the fireworks were made for professional displays and that they could pose a danger to consumers.

  • Always have an adult supervise fireworks activities. Parents don't realize that young children suffer injuries from sparklers. Sparklers burn at temperatures of about 2,000 degrees - hot enough to melt some metals.

  • Never place any part of your body directly over a fireworks device when lighting the fuse. Back up to a safe distance immediately after lighting fireworks.

  • Never try to re-light or pick up fireworks that have not ignited fully.

  • Never point or throw fireworks at another person.

  • Keep a bucket of water or a garden hose handy in case of fire or other mishap.

  • Light fireworks one at a time, then move back quickly.

  • Never carry fireworks in a pocket or shoot them off in metal or glass containers.

  • After fireworks complete their burning, douse the spent device with plenty of water from a bucket or hose before discarding it to prevent a trash fire.

  • Make sure fireworks are legal in your area before buying or using them.

Disclaimer: While this information is provided as a helpful resource and every effort is made for it to be accurate and up to date, Great Scott Fireworks. is not legally responsible for the content or updating any laws.

Oklahoma State and Local Fireworks Laws

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

 

• 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/).

 

Local Fireworks Ordinances


City of Bixby (918-366-4430) - Permit required. Permit Information

City of Broken Arrow (918-259-2400) - Permit required. Permit Information and Application

City of Claremore (918-341-1325) - Permit required. Permit Information

City of Coweta (918-486-2189) - No permit required. The shooting of fireworks is allowed on July 3rd and 4th from 10AM-12AM. Coweta City Code (Section 10-303 C, p. 271)

 

City of Glenpool (918-322-5409) - Permit required. City Ordinance and Permit Information

 

City of Jenks (918-299-5883) - Permit required. Permit Information


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 Sand Springs (918-246-2500) - Permit required. Permit Information

City of Sapulpa (918-224-3040)- Permit required. Permit Information and Application

City of Tulsa
 (918-596-2100) - No fireworks allowed. 

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.

Disclaimer: While this information is provided as a helpful resource and every effort is made for it to be accurate and up to date, Great Scott Fireworks. is not legally responsible for the content or updating any laws.

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