Supervisor Candace Andersen’s July 1 Weekly Update (constantcontact.com)

All fireworks are illegal in Contra Costa County, except professional public displays put on by cities or other jurisdictions.

Earlier this month, the Board of Supervisors voted on an updated fireworks ordinance strengthening regulations on the possession, manufacture, sale, use, and discharge of fireworks.

The ordinance covers both “dangerous” fireworks and those labeled “safe and sane.”

Violating the ordinance may result in a fine of $100 for a first offense, $200 for a second violation within one year, and a fine of $500 for each additional violation of the ordinance within one year.

Here are some safer ways to celebrate the July 4th Holiday in District 2 cities:

 

Make Your Plans for a Safe 4th of July Without Illegal Fireworks

Supervisor Candace Andersen’s June 24th Weekly Update

With the significant risk of fires this year, and many fires being caused by illegal fireworks, the Board of Supervisors amended Contra Costa County’s fireworks law.
 
The new ordinance strengthens regulations on the possession, manufacture, sale, use, and discharge of fireworks in unincorporated areas of Contra Costa County.
 
Violating the ordinance may result in a fine of $100 for a first offense, $200 for a second violation within one year, and a fine of $500 for each additional violation of the ordinance within one year.
 
To see the full document go to Ordinance No. 2021-19, amending Chapter 44-2 of the County Ordinance Code on Fireworks
 
It covers both “dangerous” fireworks and those labeled “safe and sane.”
 
Here are some safer ways to celebrate the July 4th Holiday in District 2 cities:
 
 
 
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