Fireworks Use and Information
Under Arizona Revised Statutes Title 36, Chapter 13, Article 1; Arizona will allow the sale and use of authorized fireworks effective December 1, 2010.
ARS 36-1606: Consumer fireworks regulation; state preemption; further regulation of fireworks by local jurisdiction
Sale of permissible fireworks - May 20th - July 6th and December 10th - January 3rd
Use of permissible fireworks - June 24th - July 6th and December 24th - January 3rd
Permissible consumer fireworks allowed include, ground and handheld sparkling devices, cylindrical fountains, cone fountains, illuminating torches, wheels, ground spinners, flitter sparklers, toy smoke devices, and wire sparklers or dipped sticks.
NOT ALLOWED - anything that is designed or intended to rise into the air and explode or detonate in the air or to fly above the ground - firecrackers, bottle rockets, sky rockets, missile-type rockets, helicopters, aerial spinners, torpedoes, roman candles, mine devices, shell devices and aerial shell kits or reloadable tubes.
Under state law, permissible fireworks may not be sold to a person(s) under the age of 16 years old.
Fireworks usage may also be restricted if fire restrictions are in place.
***Fireworks are never allowed on state or federal lands***