Fireworks in Parker

Celebrating our nation’s independence is a great time to enjoy family, friends and fireworks. As we prepare for Independence Day, it is important to remember both the laws and safety tips that will ensure everyone has a fun and safe holiday.

Fireworks Allowed in Parker

“Safe and sane” fireworks are permitted on private property only within Town limits. All other fireworks are illegal and are prohibited in Parker, including on private property. “Safe and sane” fireworks include fountains, wheels, spinners, illuminating torches, dipped sticks, sparklers, snakes and glow worms. Any fireworks that leave the ground or explode do not fall in the allowable "safe and sane" category and are illegal in Parker. 

 Fines of up to $600 may be given for each offense. You can contact the Parker Police Department's non-emergency line at 303.841.9800  or email for more information about fireworks regulations or to report a concern.

Town of Parker Professional Fireworks Display

The Town of Parker will hold a professional fireworks display (remote-viewing; no associated event) starting around 9:30 p.m. on July 4, weather dependent. Fireworks will be launched from Salisbury Park. We encourage residents to view the show from locations throughout Parker, as only limited parking will be made available at Salisbury Park.

Fireworks Safety Tips

If you are planning to set off fireworks, please keep fire danger in mind and take the safety precautions listed below.

  • Children should only be permitted to use fireworks under close adult supervision. Do not allow any running or horseplay. Be mindful that sparklers, often considered “safe” fireworks, burn at a very high temperature and can ignite clothing.
  •  If you plan on setting off fireworks, do it outdoors in a clear area, away from houses, dry leaves or grass and other flammable materials.
  •  Do not try to relight or handle malfunctioning fireworks. Soak them in water and throw them away.
  •  Be sure other people are out of range before lighting fireworks.
  •  Never light fireworks in a container, especially a glass or metal container.
  •  Keep unused fireworks away from the firing area.
  •  Store fireworks in a cool, dry place. Always check instructions for special storage directions.
  •  Never have any portion of your body directly over a firework when lighting.