Pyrotechnics Permit

In order to set off any sort of pyrotechnics in Summit County you will need to acquire a permit from the Park City Fire District. While setting of fireworks for the 4th of July or another celebration is an enjoyable way to spend an evening, pyrotechnics do pose certain fire risks. We'll gather information on the type of pyrotechnics you will be setting off, when and where you'll be setting them off, and will work with you to ensure you have a legal and safe celebration.

Is your project inside the city limits of Park City? Please visit ParkCity.org to get a permit.

Pyrotechnics Permit Steps

Step 1 – Submit Online Application & Pay Fees:
Please fill out online form below and pay fees. Fees must be paid before your plan review can begin.

Step 2 – Submit Plans:
Submit plans either through the online form or email them to fireprev@pcfd.org. Plans can also be delivered to the Administration & Fire Prevention Office.

Step 3 – Plan Review & Project Clearance Letter:
After steps 1 and 2 are completed, the PCFD will conduct a plan review and issue a project clearance letter.

Step 4 – Standby fees:
Standby by the Park City Fire District may be a condition of permit approval. Additional fees will apply.

Questions? Please call (435) 940-2532

 

Pyrotechnics Permit Application

  • Park City Fire District requires that a permit be issued to maintain, store, use or handle materials, or to conduct processes which produce conditions hazardous to life or property, or to install equipment used in connection with such activities. Such permission shall not be construed as authority to violate, cancel or set aside any of the provisions of the code. This permit shall not take the place of any license required by law.

  • Venue Information

  • Applicant Information

  • The following information is needed to complete the review of your permit application for the outdoor display of fireworks:

    1. Evidence of financial responsibility by the sponsor of the event or festival and by the operator of the fireworks display. Provide proof of public liability and property damage insurance for at least $1 million dollars. Park City Fire Service District must also be listed as an additional insured.
    2. Date of when the outdoor fireworks display is to be held
    3. Time of day when the outdoor fireworks display is to be held.
    4. Proposed rain/wind date and time in the event the display is postponed.
    5. The exact location planned for the fireworks display.
    6. License numbers for each operator and the names of assistants who will be present.
    7. The approximate number and kinds of fireworks to be discharged.
    8. The manner and place of storage of such fireworks prior to delivery to the outdoor fireworks display site.
    9. Provide a diagram of the grounds on which the outdoor fireworks display is to be held, showing the point at which the fireworks are to be discharged; the location of all buildings, highways, and other lines of communication; the lines behind which the audience is to be restrained; and the location of other possible overhead obstructions.
    10. NOTE: Standby by the Park City Fire District may be a condition of permit approval.
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    • Plans can also be emailed directly to fireprev@pcfd.org, or submitted in-person at the Administration & Prevention Office.

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