§ 139-005  Posting of Signs by Persons Engaged in the Sale of Fireworks; Penalty.
   (A)   Prior to the sale of permissible consumer fireworks, every person engaged in such sales shall prominently display signs in accordance with A.R.S. § 36-1611, indicating the following:
State of Arizona
Consumer Fireworks Regulations
A.R.S. § 36-1601, et al.
The use of permissible consumer fireworks as defined under state law is allowed:
June 24 - July 6 and December 24 - January 3
The sale of permissible consumer fireworks as defined under state law is allowed:
May 20 - July 6 and December 10 - January 3
All other fireworks are prohibited, except as authorized by local fire department permit.
The sale and use of novelties known as snappers (pop-its), party poppers, glow worms, snakes, toy smoke devices, and sparklers are permitted at all times.
Permissible consumer fireworks may not be sold to persons under 16 years of age.
Check with your local fire department for additional regulations and dates before using.
   (B)   Signs required under this section shall be placed at all retail sales displays of permissible consumer fireworks and at each cash register or point of sale.
   (C)   Signs shall be eight and one-half inches by eleven inches (8½” x 11") in size, on cardstock paper, in landscape orientation, and displayed on a contrasting background. A model sign shall be posted on the city’s website and filed with the Clerk’s office.
   (D)   Failure to comply with this section shall be a civil offense and shall be punishable by a civil fine not to exceed $500.
(Ord. O2013-26, passed 5-1-13; Ord. O2018-015, passed 5-2-18)