The Laramie Police Department would like to remind residents that fireworks are not allowed to be used within City limits without a permit.
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, there were 18 deaths and 15,600 people treated in emergency departments for fireworks-related injuries in the US last year.
Frontier Park will not be open as a viewing location because construction work is underway for CFD 2021. Lions Park will be open to foot traffic only, and Carey Avenue will be closed between 8th Avenue and Kennedy Road.
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Due to the Fire in the Sky fireworks display on July 4, the following streets will be shut down temporarily from 5 pm to midnight to traffic and parking.
22nd St. from Wil
As the 4th of July approaches this weekend, lots of people are getting their festivities for the holiday weekend in order, such as plenty of food, hanging out with friends and family, and of course, fireworks. It just so happens that when it comes to shooting off fireworks, Wyoming shoots off more than almost another state in the U.S.
Last August, 307 Fest took place in Downtown Casper, but this year it's happening at the Ford Wyoming Center and it will be a 2-day event featuring food, fun and, yes, fireworks. Best of all? This year, it's free!
When Kristina Reynolds and her family, owners of Gillette's Discount Fireworks store, found out that Campbell County officials had banned the sale and usage of fireworks this season, due to the unseasonably high temperatures and potential for wildfires, they could have responded in any number of ways.