The City Council passed an ordinance (PDF) regulating, preventing, and banning the discharge of fireworks or use of any ignition source including lighters, matches, sky lanterns, and smoking materials within certain areas of the City. State Code regulates the lawful dates and times of discharge.
Based upon the exceptionally dry and hot conditions, and the dry state of the fuels in our city, the Fire Marshal for Unified Fire Authority (UFA) recommended in 2022 that Millcreek consider further restriction of the discharge of fireworks, from 900 East eastward. You can view UFA's Firework Restrictions Map below or on UFA's website. The Millcreek City Council is unanimous that the health, safety, and general welfare of our community, which we are charged to protect, require an exceptional continued restriction of fireworks.
The restrictions will be enforced by UFA firefighters and UPD officers working together, and fines for violating the restriction are substantial. We urge everyone to abide by the restriction and not discharge fireworks in Millcreek in the red areas highlighted below.
To report firework concerns, please call Unified Police Department's non-emergency line:
View the lead article of our June 25, 2021 e-newsletter for a more in-depth explanation of the decision to ban fireworks east of 900 East.
View Mayor Silvestrini's Statement on Firework Restrictions- June 16, 2021
View the Fire Marshal's Firework Restriction Recommendation- June 16, 2021
Please refer to the State Fire Marshal’s Office for prohibited Class “C” fireworks (PDF).