Fireworks Restrictions

 

Due to extremely high fire risks and with the upcoming Pioneer Day Holiday and all the festivities surrounding the state holiday, the Tremonton City Council has instituted a ban on the use of all fireworks for two areas within city limits where fire danger is considered to be unusually high this summer.

At a meeting Tuesday night, the council voted unanimously to ban the discharge of fireworks in the northwest part of town in an area north of the Highline Canal, west of 2300 West and east of I-84. That area consists largely of open fields, but also includes several dozen homes.

The ban also applies to all areas within 100 feet of the Malad River bottoms, where thick vegetation has become dry and highly flammable in recent weeks.

 

 

 

By |2017-07-27T17:34:36+00:00July 20th, 2017|General|0 Comments

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