Michigan is a great place to
celebrate the Fourth of July. We have plenty of patriotic spirits, but we also
have a variety of fireworks that can be purchased legally.
Michigan State Firework Laws
It is illegal to use fireworks while under alcohol or drugs.
It is illegal to sell, possess, or use "consumer
fireworks" if you are under 18.
It is against the law to set off fireworks within 600
feet of an occupied building or vehicle without the owner's permission.
It is illegal to set off fireworks on public
property, including parks, streets, and sidewalks.
You must have a permit from the local fire department
to use "display fireworks."
Permitted Fireworks in Michigan
Prohibited fireworks in Michigan:
Penalties For Illegal Firework
Use in Michigan
Possession of illegal fireworks is a misdemeanor
punishable by up to 90 days in jail and/or a $500 fine.
Setting off illicit fireworks is a misdemeanor
punishable by up to 90 days in prison and/or a $500 fine.
Selling or using illegal fireworks is a felony
punishable by up to five years in jail and/or a $5000 fine.
Finding A Place to Buy Fireworks
Most stores don't stock legal
fireworks. Ensure that you buy fireworks from a licensed supplier to ensure you
have legal and safe fireworks for your celebration. Check the labels to ensure
they are legal in Michigan when purchasing fireworks. You should also follow
the manufacturer's instructions for use and safety.
At Fireworks.US, we offer a wide
selection of the latest fireworks at a relatively low price. We are fully
licensed and insured, so you can be sure that your event will be safe and
spectacular. We will offer more information about using the fireworks safely
and even assist you in selecting the appropriate fireworks for your event. To
order today, visit our online shop at www.fireworks.us.