The sale and discharge of fireworks is regulated by the state but enforced locally by cities. Here are the most recent regulations for fireworks.
An executive order has been issued banning all fireworks on state-owned lands – AND – all unincorporated private lands within the state of Utah. Click here for the order.
City of Orem Fireworks Restrictions
DUE TO EXTREME FIRE DANGER, OREM CITY HAS ISSUED RESTRICTIONS ON THE USE OF FIREWORKS IN SPECIFIC AREAS OF THE CITY.
1. Fireworks are prohibited in or within 100 feet of any undeveloped areas of the city.
2. Fireworks are prohibited in or within 500 feet of any National Forest or BLM lands.
3. Fireworks are prohibited within the designated areas shown on the map (highlighted in yellow).
All residents should use care and adult supervision when discharging fireworks in the authorized areas of the city.
If you start a fire, accidentally or intentionally, with legal or illegal fireworks, in any area of Utah, you will be responsible for the cost to fight the fire and any damages it causes. These fires are VERY expensive and dangerous to fight. Please do not put you, your family, or your neighbors at risk by the careless use of fireworks.