Fireworks Information - 2023
Congratulations to the following Civic Organizations, High School student activity/sports groups, and Youth Sports associations that successfully applied and were selected to operate a safe and sane fireworks stand during this year’s July 4, 2023 celebration!
Patriots and Paws
Lutheran Church of the Resurrection
Friends of the HB Junior Guards
HB Lions Foundation
Orange Coast Gakuen, Inc.
Edison: Girls Soccer Boosters; Aquatics Boosters/Water Polo/Swim
Huntington Beach: Aquatics Booster Club; Boys LaCrosse Boosters
Liberty Christian: Parent Volunteer Organization
Marina: High School Athletics; Boys Basketball
Ocean View: Boys Basketball Boosters; OVHS Band
Surf City Premier Youth Sports and Fitness
Seaview Little League
South Huntington Beach Girls Fastpitch Softball
Culture Football Organization
Team 90, Inc., dba California Rush
2023 Fireworks Stand Map
Key elements of fireworks regulations include:
- Safe and Sane Firework sales allowed on July 1, 2, and 3 from Noon - 10 p.m. and on July 4 from 10 a.m.- 9 p.m.
- Discharge of Safe and Sane Fireworks is only allowed on July 4 from Noon - 10 p.m.
- Fireworks MAY NOT be discharged:
- On any beach, wetlands, or public parks
- All areas on the ocean side of Pacific Coast Highway (e.g. Sunset Beach)
- Within 10 ft of any residence, dwelling or other structure or oil wells
- Public Property, including public streets, highways and other publicly owned property, buildings or facilities (except residential sidewalks, alleys, and streets)
- Properties located in commercial and industrial/manufacturing districts
- Within 300 ft of a fireworks stand or within 100 ft of a gas station/flammable liquids
- See ordinance and resolution for additional regulations
- Improper discharge of Safe and Sane fireworks or discharge of illegal fireworks is subject to a $500 citation
- Residents may discharge fireworks on their residential street, however, to help keep Huntington Beach clean, please properly dispose of spent fireworks properly! Do not leave them in the streets.
- Link to Municipal Code Chapter 5.90 Fireworks
- Fireworks Resolution No. 2016-01 (pdf)
- Fireworks Information Sheet 2023
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