Fireworks within Herriman City

Every year, residents are allowed to light off fireworks for a space of eight days. Below are details for dates, times, restricted areas, and safety tips. 

In 2018, the Utah Legislature updated the Utah Fireworks Act establishing clear dates and times for discharging fireworks. Additionally, they gave local municipalities the ability to restrict fireworks in specific types of areas within a city. These areas include woodlands with vegetation near homes and urban areas as well as spaces within 200 feet of waterways, trails, canyons, and similar natural features. However, the Fireworks Act does not grant cities the ability to prohibit fireworks across their entire boundaries. 

Working with the Unified Fire Authority, the Herriman City Council, as they do each year prior to the May 1st deadline set forth by the state legislature, had a discussion pertaining to the 2022 fireworks restriction map (linked above) on April 13th, 2022. During this discussion, they reviewed the previous year's map and examined the types of areas listed above to determine if any adjustments were needed. In the April 27, 2022 meeting, the Herriman fireworks restriction map was approved. Without submitting changes prior to the May 1st deadline, conditional upon certain criteria, no changes to the map may be legally made by the City.

The threat of wildfire is extremely high. Fires are likely when individuals choose to ignore safety guidelines and light fireworks outside the legal and safe discharge areas we've established for our city with UFA. To those who do choose to light fireworks this year, and in any year, we plead with you to use extreme caution, review the map of the restricted areas and follow it, be mindful of wind conditions, and remember to be considerate of those around you. As we each do our part, we can have a safe and enjoyable holiday including the tradition of fireworks. 

We would encourage you to attend other professional firework shows during the upcoming holidays. 

Dates of Sale:

Vendors may sell Class C common state approved explosives as follows:

  • Beginning on June 24th and ending on July 25th
  • Beginning on December 29th and ending on December 31st
  • Two days before and on Chinese New Year's Eve

Dates of Legal Discharge:

  • July 2nd - July 5th
  • July 22nd - July 25th
  • December 31st

Times for Legal Discharge:

  • Between the hours of 11 AM and 11 PM (extended to 12:00 midnight on July 4th and July 24th)
  • Beginning at 11 AM on December 31st and ending at 1 AM on the following day
  • Beginning at 11 AM on Chinese New Year's Eve and ending at 1 AM on the following day

A person guilty of an infraction can be punished by a fine up to $1,000.

If a person discharges a class C common state approved explosive:

  • Outside the legal discharge dates and times
  • Prohibited areas

Residents can report non-emergency illegal use of fireworks to dispatch at 801-840-4000.

Firework Safety Tips:

  • Never allow young children to handle fireworks
  • Older children should use them only under close adult supervision
  • Never use fireworks while impaired by drugs or alcohol
  • Never hold lite fireworks in your hands
  • Use away from people, houses, and flammable materials
  • Only light one device at a time
  • Never ignite devices in a container
  • Do not try to re-light or handle malfunctioning fireworks
  • Soak both spent and unused fireworks in water for a few hours before discarding
  • Keep a bucket of water nearby to fully extinguish fireworks that don't go off or in case of a fire

Contact Us



Non-emergency Dispatch:




5355 West Main Street

Herriman, Utah 84096


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