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Fairfield, CA Police Department
Monday July 4th, 2022 :: 08:30 a.m. PDT


 Fireworks are not allowed in the City of Fairfield

The Fairfield Police and Fire Department would like to remind residents and visitors alike: Fireworks are not allowed in the City of Fairfield.

We would like to take this opportunity to remind the public of the ban on all types of fireworks in the City of Fairfield, including the “safe and sane” fireworks. There is good reason for this ban, as fireworks are the primary cause of thousands of fires and injuries throughout the United States each 4th of July. In addition, the loud noises also have an adverse effect on household animals and could trigger symptoms of  PTSD in Veterans.

If you are in possession of illegal fireworks, you could face a penalty and fine. For further reference, please refer to the City of Fairfield local municipal code Chapter 56 Subsection 5601.1.3  prohibiting fireworks in Fairfield. 

Any person who starts a fire from fireworks, even accidentally, can be held liable for the fire suppression costs as well as property damage costs. Additionally, anyone caught with illegal fireworks could face severe fines and even arrest. The best way to stay safe from fireworks is to not use them and instead, attend a public fireworks display put on by professionals.

The Fairfield Police and Fire Department looks forward to working with our citizens in creating a safe and enjoyable summer season. Have a happy and safe fourth, Fairfield.

Fairfield, CA Police Department
1000 Webster St
Fairfield, CA 94533

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 707-428-7300

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