City Of Hood River Asks For Caution With Fireworks

City of Hood River officials are asking the public to use caution in regard to fireworks and Fourth of July celebrations.  In a statement, City officials noted the area’s recent history of wildfires and the COVID-19 virus make this year particularly risky for the public and challenging for emergency responders.  A 2018 fireworks ordinance adopted by the Hood River City Council permits the sale and use of fireworks within City limits only from June 23rd through July 7th.   City Ordinance 2047 specifically prohibits the discharge of fireworks after July 15th until November 15th.  From November 16th to July 14th, use of fireworks are allowed with exceptions for fire emergencies or burn bans as declared by the City of Hood River Fire Chief.

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