State Laws & Regulations in Arizona 

CONSUMER FIREWORKS  

Specifically permitted May 20 –July 6

                                   Dec. 10 – Jan. 3

Ground based sparkling devices including fountains multiple tube cake devices, illuminating torches, wheels, and ground spinners
Specifically permitted year round Sparklers, smoker devices, and novelty devices as defined in APA Std. 87-1 2001 edition.
Specifically prohibited Aerial consumer fireworks, bottle & sky rockets, helicopters, torpedoes, roman candles & jumping jacks
AERIAL CONSUMER, DISPLAY FIREWORKS & PYROTECHNICS  
Consumer Fireworks Permits Check local regulations for permit fees, zoning, and fire Inspections.
Display Permits

Fire Marshal has permit authority over all fireworks and pyrotechnics displays & events on public school, state, and country properties.

Pyrotechnics $164

Special Events Tent $164

Fair or Trade Show $164

Explosives or Blasting Storage $164

Insurance May be required by local authorities
ENFORCING AUTHORITY

State of Arizona

Dept. of Fire, Building & Life Safety

Robert Barger

1110 West Washington Street, Suite 100 Phoenix, AZ 85007

Email: [email protected]

www.dfbls.az.gov

LAW NUMBER Title 4, Chapter 36, Article 2, sections R4-36-202 and R4-36-301; Title 36, Chapter 13, Sec. 36-1601 et. Seq.