City officials would like to remind Lynnwood residents that discharging fireworks, even the “safe and sane” variety, is no longer legal in city limits. Instead, we urge you to enjoy a local firework show hosted by one of our many neighboring cities. Check out our events calendar for a listing of local shows: Local Fireworks Shows.
Unlawful use and possession of fireworks, depending on the type could range from a misdemeanor or gross misdemeanor (fine up to $1,000 with possible jail time) to a class C felony ($5,000 with possible jail time).
- Lynnwood Municipal Code Chapter 9.12 FIREWORKS
- Ordinance 3066 Fireworks Ban Effective June 2015
- State Fire Marshal List of Fireworks Ban or Restricted Sales/Use by County and City
In case of emergency, or to request the Lynnwood Fire and/ or Police departments for a fireworks violation, dial 911.