A.   The use, discharge or ignition of fireworks within the city is prohibited.
   B.   Nothing in this section 13-25 shall be construed to prohibit the use, discharge or ignition of novelty items or the occurrence of a supervised public display of fireworks.
   C.   Permits may be granted by the police chief or designee for conducting a properly supervised public display of fireworks. Every such public display of fireworks shall be of such character and so located, discharged or fired, only after proper inspection and in a manner that does not endanger persons, animals, or property. A permit shall not be issued, and may be revoked, during time periods of high fire danger warnings. The police chief has authority to impose conditions on any permits granted.
   D.   Failure to comply with any permit requirements issued by the police chief is a criminal class 2 misdemeanor offense punishable by a maximum fine of seven hundred fifty dollars ($750.00) and incarceration up to a maximum of four (4) months. (Ord. 10-788, 11-8-2010)