Fireworks are prohibited in any mountainous, bush-covered, or forested areas; and any undeveloped wildland or land being used for agricultural purposes.

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Providence City Code states it is unlawful for any person to:

  1. Ignite, explode, project or otherwise fire or use, or permit the ignition, explosion or projection of:
    1. any fireworks upon or over, onto the street or public property or the property of another;
    2. any fireworks within one hundred feet of any fireworks stand;
    3. any fireworks within twenty feet of any residence, dwelling or other structure;
    4. within or throw the same from a motor vehicle within, nor shall any person place or throw any ignited article or fireworks into or at such a motor vehicle, or at or near any person or group of people;
  2. The discharge of any type of homemade fireworks is prohibited.
  3. The Fire Marshal is authorized to prohibit the sale or discharge of any fireworks should he determine that an unreasonable fire hazard or personal safety hazard is created by the use and discharge of such fireworks in the circumstances.
  4. The sale or use of unauthorized fireworks is a Class B Misdemeanor. Any person who violates this chapter is guilty of a class B misdemeanor.

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