WE ARE ENTERING A DRY PERIOD IN THE MIDWEST. WE CAN NOT STRESS ENOUGH THE IMPORTANCE OF SAFETY IN DISCHARGING FIREWORKS WITHIN CITY LIMITS. SAFETY FIRST AND ALWAYS- HAVE A HOSE OR BUCKET OF WATER CLOSE!

As you enjoy the upcoming 4th of July festivities please take great care if you choose to discharge fireworks in Harrisburg. Dry conditions persist in our area. Extra caution should be used with aerial fireworks especially if there are windy conditions.

Fireworks are permitted: June 27 through July 5; Sunday – Thursday: 12 noon to 10 pm; and Friday & Saturday: 12 noon to 11 pm

State Law and City Ordinance state that fireworks may be prohibited or banned if the South Dakota Grassland Fire Danger category for our area is at Very High or Extreme. The Grassland Fire Danger Map can be found here: https://www.weather.gov/unr/rfd

Please remember to clean up while also being careful to not move discharged fireworks that are still hot. In addition to burning yourself you may also create a fire hazard.

Lastly, while loud fireworks are permitted your neighbors who work different shifts, have sleeping children, or other concerns might not appreciate them. Please be mindful and considerate of your neighbors.

The City Fireworks Display on Sunday the 4th begins at 9:45pm and will be located at Central Park. 



2022 FIREWORKS SALES LICENSES ISSUED

Bellino Fireworks - 300 E Willow Street

Mike Denning - 200 Cliff Avenue South 

Explosive Ventures - 201 E Willow Street

5.0505 Use or Discharge of Fireworks.  The use or discharge of fireworks as defined in SDCL 34-37 within the jurisdiction of the City is hereby allowed from June 27 through July 5 unless banned by resolution of the City Council.
Such resolution may be adopted when the South Dakota grassland fire danger index is, or is expected to remain, at the very high or extreme category. Hours to discharge are restricted to 12:00 pm – 11:00 p.m. on Friday and Saturday evenings and 12:00 pm – 10:00 pm on weekday evenings during the specified dates


We can't stress enough the importance to be respectful of your neighbors and to please abide by the times and pick up any debris left over by the discharge of your fireworks.  Please be safe and respectful of others.


State Law and City Ordinance state that fireworks may be prohibited or banned if the South Dakota Grassland Fire Danger category for our area is at Very High or Extreme. The Grassland Fire Danger Map can be found here: https://www.weather.gov/unr/rfd


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