§ 98.03  NUISANCE; UNSAFE USE; PUBLIC/PRIVATE PROPERTY.
   (A)   Use or discharge of consumer fireworks, special fireworks, orbanned fireworks can cause serious annoyance to citizens by loud, frequent or habitual noise, and is declared to be a public nuisance. Except as noted in § 98.02, it is unlawful for any person to conduct such activities.
   (B)   The use of consumer fireworks, special fireworks or banned fireworks in an unsafe manner or in a way that results in littering on public and/or private property is also considered a public nuisance.
   (C)   Except by specific permission granted under § 98.02(C), it shall be illegal to use consumer fireworks, special fireworks or banned fireworks on public property or to use consumer fireworks, special fireworks or banned fireworks in such a manner that it is reasonably likely that remnants of the  consumer fireworks, special fireworks or banned fireworks will land on, litter or otherwise end up on the following:
      (1)   Public property; or
      (2)   Private property, unless the private property owner has consented and such act does not violate any other provision of this section.
(Ord. 15, 2008, passed 4-28-08)