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Violator’s fireworks will be confiscated, and you will be criminally cited. Penalties include criminal citations with large fines and/or jail time.
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No. Fireworks are illegal year-round in Everett, including southwest Snohomish County.
Yes! The City of Everett is hosting the annual Fourth of July festival at Legion Memorial Park with live music, food trucks, a beer garden and fun for the whole family. Festivities begin at 3pm with the fireworks display planned for 10:30pm. More information at visiteverett.com/july4
Fireworks are illegal year-round in Everett and unincorporated southwest Snohomish County.
To report the illegal discharge of fireworks, call the non-emergency number: 425-407-3999.
If there is an immediate threat to life or property, including fire or injuries, call 911.
Report it by calling the non-emergency number: 425-407-3999. Police/fire will respond as call load allows to confiscate the fireworks. In an emergency, call 911.
Leave the device where it is, do not pick it up and immediately call 911.
No sky lanterns are banned in Washington. They pose a high fire risk.
If a house is involved, alert the homeowners to get out and stay out, and immediately call 911.
Fireworks are illegal year-round in Everett and unincorporated southwest Snohomish County. That includes on and around the Fourth of July!
To report illegal discharge of fireworks, call the non-emergency number: 425-407-3999.
Novelty or trick devices like "pop-its" and "snappers" are OK to use in most areas.