7750 N. Wild West Dr
Park City, KS 67147
Contact Fire District 1
Fireworks may be possessed and shot from July 1 through the
Independence Day federal holiday in all
unincorporated areas of Sedgwick County.
However, it is illegal to sell or buy fireworks
in the unincorporated areas of Sedgwick County.
Sedgwick County's fireworks laws reflect those of the state of Kansas:
Specifically Permitted: all fireworks classified as consumer
(1.4g) fireworks by DOT, except certain rockets.
Specifically Prohibited: aerial
lanterns, commonly referred to as sky lanterns, any rockets mounted on a wire or stick,
any device containing such rockets.
2015 Fireworks Guide: Dates and times for legal consumer-grade firework sales and discharges in Sedgwick County
laws within the limits of cities vary across the county. Check with
your municipality about their regulations before you purchase or shoot
Small children should not handle
fireworks; even sparklers can be harmful if
Older children and young adults
should be monitored by an adult when handling
Always keep a bucket of water or
a hose nearby.
Take old or illegal fireworks to
a fire station or soak them in water until they
Follow the directions on the
Do not hold fireworks that have
Try to light fireworks on
gravel, concrete or a hard surface that will not
Keep fireworks away from dry
grass, hay, trees and all structures.
Do not use “sky lanterns” or
“fire lanterns” - only the wind controls where
this type of firework blows and lands, which is
often on rooftops.
Pay attention to dry, windy
conditions and to burn bans - do not ignite
fireworks during these times.
Download a printable fire and fireworks safety
If you are in the unincorporated areas or a city in
the Fire District that allows fireworks, you generally cannot sell or store
fireworks. To sell
or store fireworks in a building, you must
get prior approval from the Sedgwick
County Fire District 1.
Persons wishing to shoot commercial fireworks
must be a state-licensed fireworks display operator, provide liability
insurance for the display, complete and submit a Commercial Fireworks Display
Permit Application, pay for the permit, and comply with all
rules. See Commercial Fireworks
Display Application Requirements.
Firework display permits may be obtained at the following
Unincorporated Sedgwick County
including the city's of Andale, Bel Aire, Bentley, Garden
Plain, Goddard, Haysville, Kechi, Maize, Park City, and Viola – go to
Sedgwick County Fire District offices located at 7750 N. Wild West Drive in Park City
download the application.
Cheney – visit the City of Cheney
Clearwater – visit the City of Clearwater
Colwich – visit the City of Colwich
Derby – visit the City of Derby
Mount Hope – visit the City of Mt. Hope
Mulvane – visit the City of Mulvane
Sedgwick – visit the City of Sedgwick
Valley Center – visit the City of Valley Center
Wichita – visit the City of Wichita
Mission: To assure quality public services that provide for the present and future well-being of the citizens of Sedgwick County.
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