Kansas City, Missouri: Shooting fireworks is illegal in Kansas City under a city ordinance. Restrictions: Bottle rockets, rockets of all types and sizes and fireworks with an aerial trajectory with a cylinder or cartridge that do not burn completely before landing are not allowed. Freedom: Off-air fireworks are allowed from July 3 to 4 from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. Aerial fireworks are permitted during the same period for Liberty residents living on land of 3 acres or more. Parkville: Fireworks can only be extinguished on July 1 and 3 and July 5 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and July 4 from 10 a.m. to midnight.
All fireworks from the air are prohibited. To learn more about Parkville`s fireworks rules, click here. For those who use fireworks during holiday celebrations, the Department of Public Safety recommends the following tips: Across the Webster County border in Rogersville, people can`t set off fireworks until noon to 10 p.m. on Independence Day, according to the city`s code. It is illegal to possess, manufacture, store, sell, handle or set off fireworks in Springfield, with a few exceptions. Belton: Fireworks can be fired from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. From 28 June to 2 July, from 12:00 to 22:00 on 3 July and from 10:00 to 00:00 on 4 July.
The possession, sale and/or use of bottle rockets, celestial rockets and Roman candles is prohibited. To learn more about Belton`s fireworks regulations, click here. Lawrence: The sale, possession and use of fireworks is illegal within the city limits of Lawrence, with the exception of novelties such as party poppers, snappers, candles and toy smoking devices. It is illegal for anyone to sell or use fireworks in the City, except as permitted by the Cape Girardeau City Code. Fireworks allowed are novelties, trick noisemakers, and “ordinary fireworks,” such as some sparklers. The fire chief may issue permits for the possession and use of fireworks, including special fireworks, for public displays for up to 24 hours. Restrictions: A permit is required for the sale and display of fireworks. Bottle rockets are not allowed. However, shooting fireworks in city parks or other public property is paperwork. Any person who so wishes must obtain a permit from the city, and any application for such a permit must be received by the mayor at least 20 days before the scheduled issue for a fee of $15.
Across Greene County in Strafford, city code allows year-round fireworks, provided they: Federal regulations allow fireworks for consumers under the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, but prohibit “most dangerous” ones such as cherry bombs, refillable mortar shells, etc. aerial bombs and large fireworks containing more than two grains of powder. Legality: A permit is required for the use and sale of fireworks. Restrictions: It is illegal to hold, sell or use fireworks. Restrictions: No fireworks in public places or on public property. In Willard, individuals can set off fireworks on private property from noon on July 4 until 12:30 p.m. the next morning, as long as they do so “safely” and anyone under the age of 17 is supervised by a parent or other adult when handling, lighting or assisting fireworks. Users cannot throw them out of a car and must stay 100 feet away from fireworks tents and 600 feet away from churches, hospitals, public schools or other “gathering places” such as theaters. Source: For more information on fireworks in Leavenworth, see the rules. Wyanotte County: Fireworks are legal.
See Kansas City, Kansas below for details on restricted items and when items can be unloaded. Restrictions: No sparkling bombs, sky lanterns or modified or combined fireworks. Jefferson City banned the manufacture and sale of fireworks in the city. However, the Jefferson City Fire Department may issue permits for the display and unloading of fireworks. Applications for such a permit must be submitted at least 15 days prior to the event. These organizations may also apply to the Municipal Council of the Republic for a special permit to set off fireworks outside these dates. Opening hours: Unloading is legal from 7am to 10pm. July 1-2 and from 7am to midnight on July 3rd and 4th. The Fire Safety Division issues more than 1,200 permits per year to seasonal fireworks dealers. These authorized retailers may sell fireworks from June 20 to July 10 and from December 20 to January 2. JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri — When it comes to whether fireworks are legal in Missouri, it`s up to each city.
The only difference on July 4th is that fireworks can continue until 1am the next day. The city of Nixa allows people to use fireworks between 2 p.m. on July 4. and 11 p.m., provided it is done “safely” and that anyone under the age of 17 is supervised by a parent or adult when touching or setting off fireworks, in accordance with city bylaws. However, the same section of the city code also includes a warning: failure to comply with the rules “may result in the seizure of fireworks and/or prosecution.” Violation of city rules can result in a fine of up to $500 and/or up to 90 days in jail, as well as confiscation of fireworks, according to city rules. So if you want to make a crackling purchase, where can you drop it? Let`s break it down city by city: the Battlefield city allows people to travel from 1st to 6th. July from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
to use fireworks, except on July 4, fireworks can go until midnight. Lenexa: The sale and use of fireworks is not permitted at Lenexa. Some groups and artisans who wish to use fireworks for public performances can bypass this deadline with a Nixa City Council permit submitted at least 30 days prior to the scheduled exhibition and adequate insurance coverage. In 2022, fireworks sales in Missouri can legally begin from June 20 to July 10. In Kansas, there`s a smaller window: you can only buy fireworks from June 27 to July 6.