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July 4: Glendora Police to Enforce ‘No Fireworks’ Policy

All fireworks, including “safe and sane” fireworks, are illegal in Glendora.

With July 4 drawing near, is reminding residents that all fireworks are illegal in the city.

According to municipal law, authorities will have a right to seize all illegal fireworks. The law also prohibits the selling, use or discharge of fireworks within the city. The use of “safe and sane” fireworks, is considered a misdemeanor Glendora.

Fireworks may be legal in , but Glendora Police will be strictly enforcing its "no fireworks" policy on July 4.

Illegal fireworks in Glendora includes, but are not limited to:

  • firecrackers
  • skyrockets
  • Roman candles

Safe and Sane Fireworks:

  • Fountains
  • Sparklers
  • smoke balls
  • Snakes
  • Ground spinners
  • Pinwheels
  • fireworks that contain arsenic sulfide or arsenites, most chlorates, magnesium, most phosphorous, zirconium, or many other chemicals,
  • firecrackers, skyrockets, rockets, and sparklers larger than ten inches in length or one-quarter inch in diameter

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Mikey's Mom June 28, 2012 at 02:56 PM
Thank you city of Glendora for taking this matter seriously. If only our neighbor city would take on the same law.
Amber June 30, 2012 at 03:10 AM
I wish Glendora would allow safe and sane fireworks. I grew up here in Glendora my whole life, and so much has changed. 4th of July is about celebrating our freedom, and enjoying fireworks with my kids. What is the difference if the fireworks are legal across barranca we should all enjoy together.
Roger July 03, 2012 at 02:15 PM
i think it is a great law, however, very difficult to enforce unless it is done in front of an officer. I had fireworks going off like crazy last night next door, call the Glendora Police and it took over 30 minutes for a response. By that time fireworks done, people gone and house was dark.

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