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Fireworks in Neosho

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NEOSHO, MISSOURI -

Starting Saturday June 20, residents may purchase and discharge fireworks in the city limits of Neosho.

A few changes have been made this year in regard to times and dates.

Here are some things to know:

A. Firework sales are allowed in the City but shall be limited to the periods of 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. on June 20 through July 5.

B. Discharge of fireworks shall be limited to the periods of 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. on June 20 through July 5. Discharge of fireworks on July 4th shall be from 7 a.m. to midnight.

C. Fireworks shall not be stored in, nor dispensed from, a permanent building, unless stored in a personal residence for personal use during the specified dates.

D. Only sales and use of Type 1.4 fireworks are allowed, excluding "bottle rockets".

E. Firework sales and storage are to be governed by the Missouri Division of Fire Safety Rules.

F. Firework displays for the general public must be approved by the Fire Department.

G. The manufacture of fireworks is prohibited.

H. In order to sell fireworks, a City merchant's license must be purchased,

with all locations to be inspected by the Fire Chief or the Fire Chief's

designee prior to the issuance of the license. Sales locations will be

subject to the Building and Fire Safety Codes adopted by the City. (Ord.

No. 96-22 §§1-10, 6-4-96; Ord. No. 99-21, 6-15-99; Ord. No. 325-2008

§2, 3-18-08)

I. Additional information about State of Missouri Fireworks Regulations can be found at: http://www.dfs.dps.mo.gov

You may also call the Neosho Fire Department at 417-451-8021.

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