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LAFD Encourages You To Have a Safe Fourth and Think About Your Neighbors

Tuesday, June 28, 2022

"Think About Your Neighbors" and celebrate SAFELY this year.

All fireworks, even the so-called 'safe and sane' variety are illegal in the City of Los Angeles. It may be tempting to acquire personal fireworks for your 4th of July celebration, but this year we ask you to "Think About Your Neighbors." Personal fireworks are known to negatively affect children, pets, and combat veterans. In addition, the wildfire danger is ever present and vegetation moisture levels are significantly drier this year than previously recorded.

We encourage everyone to seek a public fireworks show, which will be more readily available than last year. However, those who use, possess, or transport any type of firework may be subject to criminal prosecution - or worse yet, painful and debilitating injury. Surrounding July 4th each year, LAFD responds to several hundred additional emergency incidents than the daily average. We implore you to celebrate safely and enjoy fireworks exclusively at public shows.

To locate a public fireworks show near you, check the list below or call (888) 654-FIRE (3473). This hotline will soon be updated to information relevant to 2022 celebrations.

 

Regarding Professional Fireworks Shows within the City of Los Angeles, as permits are requested for professional public fireworks displays, we will add them to the following list. If you are looking for shows outside the City of Los Angeles, in areas served by the Los Angeles County Fire Department, please visit fire.lacounty.gov 

Professional Fireworks Shows and Events In the City of Los Angeles: 
(For dates, times, and other details, please seek information from the venue or organization hosting the show.)

Grand Park

200 N Spring St, Los Angeles 90012

Dodger Stadium (July 1, 4)

1000 Vin Scully Ave., Los Angeles 90026

Beach Club

14730 Pacific Coast Highway, Santa Monica 90402

Palisades Charter High School

15777 Bowdoin St, Pacific Palisades 90272

Port of Los Angeles - Cabrillo Beach 

3800 Stephen M. White Dr., San Pedro 90731

L.A. Waterfront - Cars & Stripes Forever (July 1) 

Harbor Blvd at Swinford St, San Pedro 90731

Hollywood Forever Cemetery (July 2, 3, 4)

6000 Santa Monica Blvd, Hollywood 90038

Hollywood Bowl (July 2, 3, 4)

2301 N Highland Ave, Hollywood 90068

Bel Air Bay Club - Barge

16800 Pacific Coast Hwy, Pacific Palisades 90272

Hillcrest Country Club

10000 W Pico Blvd, Pico-Robertson 90064

Brentwood Country Club

590 S Burlingame Ave, Brentwood 90049

Hansen Dam 4th of July Festival  [Drone Light Show - No Fireworks]

11658 Foothill Blvd, Lake View Terrace 91342

City of San Fernando Mall (July 2)  [Laser Light Show - No Fireworks]

Maclay Ave at San Fernando Road, San Fernando 91340 

Lakeside Country Club

4500 Lakeside Dr. Toluca Lake, 91505 

Porter Ranch - Shepherd Church

19700 Rinaldi St, Northridge, 91326 

Warner Ranch Park - Bob Blumenfield's 4th of July Extravaganza

5800 Topanga Canyon Blvd., Woodland Hills 91367 

 

[This list will continue to be updated as Fireworks permits are approved.]

 

What if I witness fireworks use in the City of Los Angeles?

Report illegal fireworks directly to the Los Angeles Police Department at any hour, using their online fireworks complaint form at:

LAPDonline.org/fireworks  (NOTE: THIS IS SEASONAL ONLY)

This complaint form can also be found through the "My LA 311." Download the app on your Android or Apple device. Type fireworks in the search bar, and click on "Fireworks - LAPD."

NOTE: The fireworks complaint web form via browser or app assures the most efficient notification of Police Officers patrolling your community. Only call 9-1-1 for fireworks if someone is injured or there is an active fire.

What if I have fireworks?

The Los Angeles Police Department has a special process that allows you to surrender fireworks without penalty. To receive special guidance, please call the LAPD non-emergency number 1-877-ASK-LAPD. Do not transport fireworks anywhere and do not bring them to a Police Station until you have received this special guidance. 

Join the conversation...

Look for and share safety tips, photos and information about public firework displays using the tag #Safe4th

If you live in the city of Los Aneles, tell us what you think about fireworks and how they affect you and your neighborhood (good or bad!) by filling out this SURVEY. MySafeLA.org wants to hear from you!

More Information

https://www.mysafela.org/fireworks

 

 

 

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