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Posted on: June 21, 2023

Remember: Fireworks are illegal in Marysville


As we look ahead to the July Fourth holiday, we remind Marysville residents and visitors that all fireworks are illegal within city limits. 

People who have, use, sell, trade or discharge fireworks inside the city are breaking the law. Marysville Police are conducting extra patrols before and during the holiday. Anyone caught breaking the law will be fined a minimum of $513. Fireworks will be confiscated and, depending on the violation, you may be subject to jail time. 

Fireworks law penalties

Discharging consumer fireworksCivil infraction$513 fine
Selling consumer fireworksMisdemeanorUp to 90 days jail & $1,000 fine
Using display or dangerous fireworksGross misdemeanorUp to one year jail & $5,000 fine 

Residents are encouraged to report illegal fireworks by calling the non-emergency line at 425-407-3999. To keep emergency phone lines open, please do not call 911 unless there is an immediate threat to life or property. Find more information on the fireworks law at

Fireworks ban yard signs are available free to city residents at the Civic Center (501 Delta Ave.), Community Center (1025 State Ave.) and all Marysville fire stations.

You can enjoy a spectacular, free public fireworks display at Ebey Waterfront Park on July 4. Find more information at

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