Can you legally use fireworks in your area?

Can you legally use fireworks in your area?

POSTED: Monday, December 31, 2012 - 5:23pm

UPDATED: Monday, December 31, 2012 - 6:11pm

Here is  a list of where fireworks are legal to shoot within the NBC33 viewing area:

FIREWORKS BANNED

- East Baton Rouge Parish
- Baker
- Brusly
- Denham Springs
- Gonzales
- City of Lafayette
- Napoleonville
- New Roads
- Port Allen
- Rural West Baton Rouge Parish
- St. Mary Parish
- Walker
- Zachary

FIREWORKS LEGAL, WITH RESTRICTIONS:

- Addis: no projectile fireworks.
- Carencro: Residents allowed to pop fireworks in their yards, but not on public streets.
- Donaldsonville, only in public parks with a permit issued by the fire chief.
- Iberia Parish: Fireworks allowed, except in New Iberia
- Rural St. James Parish: On private property with permission of the landowner, and, if used, must be contained within the boundaries of that property.
- Tangipahoa Parish: Legal, except for Hammond

FIREWORKS LEGAL, NO RESTRICTIONS:

- Rural Ascension Parish
- Rural Assumption Parish
- Rural East Feliciana Parish, and Jackson and Clinton
- Rural Iberville Parish
- Rural Livingston Parish, and Albany, Livingston and Walker
- Rural Pointe Coupee Parish
- Rural East and West Feliciana Parish
- St. Helena Parish
- St. Martin Parish 

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