Fireworks Rules for Canada Day in Brampton
If you want to use fireworks on Canada Day, you’ll want to take a look at the rules for short-range fireworks in Brampton.
Short-range fireworks are allowed on private property without the need for a permit in Brampton on Canada Day, Saturday, July 1, 2017.
Short-range refers to those fireworks that travel less than three metres (10 feet) when set off, such as fountains, wheels, ground spinners, and sparklers.
Other rocket-type fireworks are banned in Brampton.
Fireworks aren’t allowed on streets, sidewalks, within City parks or on municipal or school properties.
The city has issued the follow safety measures for anyone using fireworks on their property:
- Residents must have a container of water or a hose line that's filled with water available to extinguish fireworks,
- Residents must never light a firework or hold a lit firework in your hand, other than a sparkler,
- After using sparklers, residents shouldplace them in a container of water to fully cool before disposal,
- Allow all fireworks to fully cool before disposal.
Fireworks vendors must complete an annual course before they are considered licensed.
A list of vendors licensed to sell fireworks in Brampton for Canada Day will be available closer to Canada Day.