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Fireworks are defined as low-explosive pyrotechnic devices. In Oregon, the sale and display of fireworks are regulated by the Oregon State Fire Marshal Regulatory Services Division Licensing and Permits Unit. 

Illegal fireworks should be reported to your local law enforcement agency via their non-emergency number.  Below you will find links to information and services offered by our agency. 

If you have questions, please contact us at OSFM.LP@OSFM.Oregon.Gov.


  • Legal fireworks in Oregon include but are not limited to novelty devices, wheels, flitter sparklers, fountains, smoke devices, and ground spinners.  
  • The legal sale of retail fireworks in Oregon is from June 23 to July 6 
  • There is no regulation about when consumer-legal fireworks may be used. Please be courteous to your neighbors and friends. 
  • There are restrictions as to where fireworks can be used, such as beaches and federal lands. Always check with the local jurisdictions. See the fireworks education page. 
  • Illegal fireworks include but are not limited to sky lanterns, missiles, rockets, firecrackers, cherry bombs, m-80s, Roman candles, and bottle rockets.  
  • To report the firing of illegal pyrotechnic devices, please contact your local law enforcement at their non-emergency number.
  • To request information about issued permits at a specific location, please submit a public records request 
  • For assistance with disposing of your leftover or unwanted fireworks, call your local law enforcement at their non-emergency number or the Oregon State Police non-emergency number at 1-800-452-7888. 
  • Local jurisdictions may further regulate the sale of fireworks in their areas. Always check with your local jurisdiction for the legal use of fireworks in your area.
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