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Although firework stands may sell fireworks on June 28, they are not allowed to be legally discharged until July 4 during the hours of 11 a.m. - 11 p.m.
If you would like to report fireworks that are being discharged outside of the legal times, please call 360-307-5811 (between July 1 and July 4) or 911 and try to provide a specific address where the fireworks are being discharged. If you believe the fireworks are posing an imminent threat of fire or injury, please call 911. You may also report illegal use of fireworks using the Bremerton Police Department’s Report An Issue online form.
What fireworks are legal? Which ones are illegal? Learn more by visiting the Bremerton Fire Department’s Firework Webpage, which includes rules and tips for firework discharge.
Certain legal fireworks might be better left on store shelves, a new study conducted at Harborview Medical Center finds. Fireworks vary widely in their potential for serious injury, and an analysis of 294 Harborview patients over 10 years found that shell and mortar style explosives were the most common cause of severe firework injuries. To learn more about the study, please visit Harborview Injury Prevention & Research Center’s website.