The explosion of fireworks has been become the soundtrack the night in many Antelope Valley neighborhoods for the last few weeks, and some residents are fed up with it.
If you're thinking about purchasing fireworks from an online ad, social media post, a roadside store or someone’s trunk, think again. The use of illegal fireworks in the City of Palmdale can result in fines of up to $17,500.
Illegal fireworks sales or addresses of habitual users may be reported ANONYMOUSLY at 661/267-5170 or email@example.com
The City of Palmdale, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and Los Angeles County Fire Department will be out in force every Fourth of July season to curb the use of illegal fireworks in Palmdale. Illegal fireworks are any fireworks that do not bear the California Fire Marshal "Safe and Sane" designation. Safe and Sane fireworks can only be used in Palmdale from noon on June 28 through noon on July 5. Any firework that shoots up in the air or explodes is illegal anywhere in the City of Palmdale.Citation FeesAllowing the commission, possession and/or spectating of illegal fireworks in the City of Palmdale may result in citations ranging from $2,500 to $10,000.No Fireworks ZoneNo fireworks are allowed in the Anaverde development, all areas south of the California Aqueduct, and in "No Fireworks Zone" neighborhoods which lie along the following lines: Beginning at the intersection of Rancho Vista Boulevard and 30th Street W, areas south and west of Rancho Vista Boulevard, north to Avenue N-8South and west of Avenue N-8 from Rancho Vista Boulevard to 55th Street WSouth from 55th Street West to 60th Street West (Godde Hill Road)West of 55th Street West For more information visit: