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Fireworks4th of July Fireworks Displays in Riverside and Neighboring Counties

Many cities and communities in or near Riverside County provide spectacular fireworks displays for their residents.  The operators of these displays are licensed and have permits issued by the State Fire Marshal. 

All fireworks are illegal in Riverside County - Let the experts entertain your family at one of these events throughout the southland:

Have a Safe, Sane and Legal 4th of July

ALL fireworks, including sparklers, are illegal in Riverside County. All fireworks are illegal because they cause serious injuries and very often, cause fires. Riverside County has very diverse terrain. The vegetation is very dry where fireworks can easily start a brush fire. Individuals who cause fires by using illegal fireworks will be held responsible for all suppression costs. These costs can run into the millions of dollars. Read more at the State Fire Marshal website.

Those caught with illegal fireworks will be subject to fines, citation and/or arrest; including confiscation of all illegal fireworks. We urge you to leave the fireworks to the professionals!



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 Toll Free: 800-950-2444
West: 951-776-1099
Central: 951-776-1099
East - Coachella: 760-836-3215
East - Blythe: 760-921-7900
Moreno Valley: 951-247-8700
Temecula: 951-696-4357
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