Are fireworks allowed in the City of Hampton?
The City of Hampton Prevention Code bans the use and possession of all fireworks, with the exception of sparklers. Permits are required for public or private display of fireworks or pyrotechnics. A million dollar bond and professionals trained to launch firecrackers are required to obtain a fireworks permit.

Certain types of fireworks, such as firecrackers, bottle rockets and roman candles, may be purchased legally in other areas, but may not be possessed or used in the City of Hampton. Bringing unapproved fireworks from other jurisdictions in to the City of Hampton is an illegal act that constitutes a Class 1 misdemeanor. Unapproved fireworks may be confiscated and the offending parties fined up to $1,200 and/or sentenced to up to one year in jail.

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1. Does the fire department install car seats?
2. I called for an ambulance; why did a fire truck respond?
3. Does the fire department offer free blood pressure checks?
4. I sometimes see firefighters at the grocery store during the workday. Why?
5. Why are the phone numbers for the fire stations not listed in the phone book?
6. Am I allowed to burn leaves in the city?
7. There’s a hydrant on my street that’s running, could you have someone come out to check it?
8. Are fireworks allowed in the City of Hampton?