It’s tradition - parades, cookouts and fireworks to celebrate the Fourth of July. Most fireworks injuries occur in June and July and the most common injuries are children and teens receiving firecracker and sparkler burns.
Before you set off fireworks, plan carefully so no one gets hurt.
- Read and follow directions on the label
- Only light fireworks on a flat surface away from buildings, dry leaves or other flammable materials
- Wear eye protection
- Light only one item at a time and never re-light a "dud" firework
- Dispose of fireworks properly. Soak in water before putting in a trash can
- Have a responsible adult in charge
- Do not give fireworks to children
Non-explosive and non-aerial fireworks, including sparklers, snakes, poppers and cones or tubes that emit sparks, are legal in Roseville, but fireworks may not be used on public property. Purchasers must be 18 years or older. Explosive and aerial fireworks, including firecrackers, bottle rockets, missiles, roman candles, mortar and shells are prohibited from public sale or use in Roseville. Lear more about fireworks that are legal in Minnesota
Use discretion when setting off noisemakers, especially at night. Roseville prohibits noises that annoy or disturb a person or prevents their enjoyment of their property. A person may face civil or criminal charges if found guilty of violating City noise restrictions. Call 651-767-0640 if someone is lighting noisemakers at inappropriate times.