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July 2, 2018 • Nelson Phillips • Staff Writer
The Perry City Council on Thursday passed a resolution banning all aerial fireworks throughout the city, while restricting ground-based fireworks to defined residential areas.
The resolution represents an expansion of fireworks permissions to certain areas in the city east of US-89, when in the past all areas east of the highway were restricted.
The new fireworks restriction area encompasses all areas to the west of the Union Pacific railraod tracks, all areas east of US-89 south from 3000 South, all areas south and west of Peach Street (South 450 West) to 2500 South, areas west of Elk Grove Drive between 2400 South and 2500 South, areas west of 385 West between 2500 South and 2100 South, areas west of Sunridge Drive (225/250 West) from 2000 South to approximately 1800 South, areas south and east of 1750 South and 165 West, all areas east of 25 East from 1750 South to 1500 South, and all areas east of Dentwood Drive between 1500 South and the city limit.
An additional restriction zone has been established east of Perry Street between 3275 South and 3400 South, extending to Bing Avenue on the west.
The restrictions are effective from June 28 through September 30, unless extended. According to the resolution, violations of the fireworks restrictions will be charged as a class B misdemeanor, punishable by both fine and imprisonment.
If you have questions regarding whether fireworks are legal on your property, please call the Perry City Offices at 435-723-6461.
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