Safe and Sane Fireworks in West Sacramento

Post Date:06/27/2020 9:00 AM

2020 Fireworks Non-Profit Sellers and Stand Locations

Sales start on June 28th, 2020.

  • West Sacramento Chapter #1431 Women of the Moose-1601 West Capitol Ave.

  • East Yolo Information Center-1300 Jefferson Blvd.

  • River City Christian Academy-755 Riverpoint Ct.

  • River City Junior Raiders-Town Center Plaza

  • Holy Cross Knights of Columbus #7634-1298 West Capitol Ave.

  • River City Music Boosters-2250 Lake Washington Blvd.

  • Community Lutheran Church-940 Sacramento Ave.

  • Knights of Columbus #9469-2455 Jefferson Blvd.

Fire Safety Message

  • Supervise children’s use of state-approved fireworks (look for the State Fire Marshal seal on the fireworks or the box containing the fireworks; if in doubt, check with your local fire or police department)
  • Have a designated shooter that knows each firework; how it performs and how to safely light the firework.
  • You may be liable for any damages or injuries caused by your family’s use of fireworks
  • Use fireworks outdoors only
  • Light one firework at a time
  • Use common sense and keep a safe distance
  • Never point or throw fireworks at others
  • Never experiment with fireworks
  • Have a bucket of water and a hose ready before lighting fireworks
  • Never attempt to re-light or “fix” fireworks that fail to ignite
  • Never carry fireworks in your pockets
  • Only Safe and Sane fireworks approved by the State are permitted to be sold and used within the City as outlined in the West Sacramento Fireworks Ordinance (MC 8.12).


Where can I dispose of fireworks?

Contact the West Sacramento Police Department non-emergency at (916) 372-3375 or bring them to any West Sacramento Fire Station.

What if I use fireworks that are not Safe and Sane approved?

Having possession of “dangerous fireworks”- those not approved as Safe and Sane by the State Fire Marshal’s office - is a violation of the California Penal Code and Health and Safety Code, and is subject to felony violations. You may also be liable for any damages or injuries caused by your family’s use of fireworks.

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