Where are fireworks legal in Snohomish County?

Each year, the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office, Fire District 1, and the Fire Marshal’s Office receive more than 650 firework-related calls in July.

Be a good neighbor. Here are some tips on how to celebrate this 4th of July safely and legally in Snohomish County.

What You Can Do

Call 425-407-3999 to report the illegal discharge of fireworks (please do not call 911 unless there is an immediate threat to life or property).
Only discharge fireworks in unincorporated Snohomish County on July 4 from 9 AM to 11:59 PM. Nowhere is it legal in unincorporated Snohomish County to discharge fireworks on New Year’s Eve.

What you can’t do

Discharge fireworks in Edmonds, Everett, Gold Bar, Lynnwood, Mill Creek, Mountlake Terrace, Mukilteo, and Woodway.
Discharge fireworks in any Washington State Park or Snohomish County Park
Discharge fireworks on federal land, including those managed by the Department of Natural Resources and the U.S. Forest Service.
Discharge fireworks on public property, public streets, sidewalks, parking lots, or school property.
Discharge fireworks on private property without permission, and to discharge fireworks from private property onto public property.
Discharge fireworks before or after the Fourth of July. Fireworks are always illegal in unincorporated Snohomish County before and after the Fourth of July.
Possess or discharge illegal fireworks. Firecrackers, rockets, rockets, M-80s, dynamite, and all homemade fireworks are all illegal.

Fireworks Discharge Map


Online Resources

Snohomish County Fire District 1
Snohomish County Fire Marshal
Washington State Patrol Fireworks Ban or Restricted Sales/Use by County and City


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