Utah State Fireworks Laws

UTAH CONSUMER FIREWORKS

Specifically permitted Those fireworks sold at retail for consumer use and those not designated as Class C Dangerous Explosives. Newly allowed in 2011 are aerial devices known as multiple tube, repeater, or cakes lit by a single fuse.
Specifically prohibited Firecrackers, bottle rockets, missiles, roman candles, skyrockets, rockets mounted on a wire or stick, ground salutes, M-80’s, cherry bombs, aerial salutes, flash shells, comets, mines, single shot or reloadable aerial shells, aerials that contain over 500 grams of pyrotechnic material & other illegal explosives are prohibited.
Selling period June 1-July 31, December 1-January 5, and 30 days before and up to 5 days after the Chinese New Year
DISPLAY FIREWORKS  

Display permit

Required by local authorities, fee may be required.
Insurance May be required. Amount set by local authorities.
Operator Must apply to State Fire Marshal for certification, pay $40 annual fee, and demonstrate proof of competence.
MANUFACTURE, STORAGE, TRANSPORTATION Storage and handling requirements in law.

ENFORCING AUTHORITY 

State Fire Marshal
Utah Dept of Public Safety
5272 College Drive, Suite 302
Murray, UT 84123
801-284-6350

https://firemarshal.utah.gov/

LAW NUMBER

Utah Code Annotated, Sections 57-7-202, 220-225 as amended on January 21, 2011.