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Are Fireworks Legal in Connecticut?
Across the country, patriotic Americans will proudly wear red, white and blue on July 4th to celebrate the nation’s Independence Day. July 4th celebrations may include barbecues, parades, and fireworks. Make sure these fireworks light up the sky and not your rear view mirror!
Types of Fireworks You Can Legally Use in Connecticut
Almost all fireworks are illegal in Connecticut. Residents of the Constitution State need to be aware that these laws are very rigid. There are only two types of firework you can legally use in Connecticut. These kinds are sparklers and non-aerial fountains that contain less than 100 grams of pyrotechnic mixture for each individual item. The age requirement in the law states that anyone using legally permitted fireworks must be age 16 and up.
3-D Bail Bonds is warning residents of the dangers of using fireworks not just for the possibility of getting injured but also to remind that most fireworks in Connecticut are illegal. Fireworks in Connecticut should only be lighting up the sky not your rear view mirror.
Connecticut Locations Hosting July 4th Fireworks
Find Connecticut’s 4th of July 2019 fireworks schedule here. Connecticut towns holding fireworks include Hartford, Manchester, New Britain, Windsor, East Haven, New Haven, Hamden, Meriden, Fairfield, Norwalk, Shelton, Trumbull and more. Remember that Connecticut police will be increasing their presence during these celebrations in an effort to keep everyone safe.
Our licensed bail bondsmen will be available to post bail on July 4th and the holiday weekend. For an immediate emergency response from a local bondsman in Connecticut please call 860-247-2245 or call toll free 800-570-5544. We have bail bonds service in every city in Connecticut.