If you can’t discharge fireworks legally where you live or you don’t want to spend the money, consider going to see one of the many, free
fireworks displays being offered throughout the Puget Sound region. Please keep in mind that if you call 911 to report the discharging of fireworks, there may be a delay for non-life or property threatening incidents, especially on July 4th due to high emergency call volumes.
There is much that can be done to protect children and the
public from fireworks injuries and it begins by talking to your kids about
fireworks and safety. Educate every member of your family about the
following three B’s: “Be Prepared!” “Be Safe!” “Be Responsible!”
What does this mean?
Be Prepared before lighting any firework:
Be Safe when fireworks are being lit:
Be Responsible after the fireworks are done:
Fire & Rescue wishes everyone a happy and
Safe 4th of July!