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Fireworks in the City and County of Sheridan

posted Jun 26, 2017, 7:17 AM by Rachel Depew
Please see the attached file in reference to the Press Releases for Fireworks in the City of Sheridan.  Possession, purchasing, and use of fireworks in the City of Sheridan are not permitted by City Ordinance.  Read below for information about fireworks in Sheridan County:

Sheridan County Sheriff's Office Press Release
Fireworks

The Sheridan County Sheriff's Office would like everyone in Sheridan County to have a safe and enjoyable 4th of July celebration.  We also want everyone to know the laws regarding fireworks detonation and possession.

The discharge of fireworks is legal in Sheridan County, outside of incorporated municipalities.  Pursuant to county resolution, fireworks can be used from June 27 through July 11 each year on private property.

Clearmont and Ranchester allow for Fireworks usage on private property within the town limits, but only on July 4th.
Fireworks cannot be possessed or detonated inside of the City of Sheridan and cannot be detonated anytime inside the Town of Dayton.

It is illegal to discharge fireworks on state land, federal land, or public roadways.  Those areas include the Welch Recreation Area, Kleenburn Recreation Area (Acme Pits), Three Poles Recreation Area, Buffalo Run Recreation Area (Bass Ponds), Red Grade parking areas, East Ridge Rd. (Dump Rd.), anywhere on BLM and USFS lands, or any other areas fitting the above description.  Violations will be strictly enforced by the Sheridan County Sheriff's Office, or other law enforcement personnel.

Please be mindful of your neighbors and understand that loud noises at late hours can be illegal under the Wyoming Breach of Peace Statute.

You can find further information about county fireworks laws by calling the Sheridan County Sheriff's Office or reviewing this link:


The Big Horn Equestrian Center and the City of Ranchester will conduct aerial fireworks displays on July 4th and more information can be found at:



Thank you all for doing your part to make this 4th of July safe, fun, and enjoyable for everyone!
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Rachel Depew,
Jun 26, 2017, 7:17 AM
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