(A)   The use, discharge or ignition of fireworks is prohibited on all public property including in all public parks, public school properties, and public rights of way, excluding approved supervised public displays conducted by licensed professional pyrotechnicians, provided said displays have received required permit by the Fire Marshal.
   (B)   The use, discharge or ignition of fireworks is also prohibited on all private properties without the express written consent of the property owner or occupant, and provided said use is in conformance with the other provisions of this chapter.
   (C)   The use, discharge or ignition of fireworks is prohibited on days specified by the Fire Chief and/or Fire Marshal as presenting a high fire danger, to include previously granted permission for their use.
   (D)    Permissible consumer fireworks may only be used in the manner in which has been determined by the manufacturer.
   (E)   Permits may be granted by the Fire Chief/Fire Marshal 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. The Fire Marshal shall develop guidelines for supervised displays that are in conformance with this section of this chapter.
   (F)   Use of any consumer fireworks by children under the age of 18, must be supervised by an adult provided said usage is in accordance with all other provisions of this chapter and state law.
(Ord. 2010-018, passed 12-9-10)