There are many types of fireworks and they can be found at different prices. This summer, Colton residents will see an increase in fines for the use of illegal fireworks. “I would much rather adopt the philosophy of law enforcement than discourage people from using illegal fireworks by increasing the dollar amount of fines. because it`s not applied,” said Dr. G. Here`s a list of places where you can legally buy safe fireworks in Orange and Los Angeles counties. A package of safe and healthy fireworks will be on display at a fireworks stand in Fontana on Wednesday, June 29, 2022. (Photo by Will Lester, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG) The changes were also followed by another change to the current ordinance regarding the location of fireworks stands to improve fire safety in the city. Local municipal ordinances limit where safe and healthy fireworks can be purchased legally. Here is a list of places where they are legal in Riverside and San Bernardino counties. For more information, see www.ci.colton.ca.us. Guests will line up for secure fireworks in Fontana on Wednesday, June 29, 2022. Fireworks are prohibited in the town of Fontana, north of Summit Avenue, west of Highway 15 and east of Lytle Creek Road, which is considered a high-risk fire area.
(Photo by Will Lester, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG) Sales of safe and healthy fireworks began in some parts of the Inner Empire, but as with many purchases these days, prices have skyrocketed. “We had a lot of illegal fireworks last year that caused noise and even fires late at night, but our city didn`t seem to issue tickets. This greatly reduces the validity of our word if we have a prescription that residents must abide by, but do nothing if that prescription is violated,” Dr. G. He also added that he believes that solving the nuisances of illegal fireworks is equivalent to enforcing the law in the city. Pete Vranes, operator of TNT`s fireworks booth, right, speaks to customer Ryan Suggs, left, and his friend Rikki Tambunan, center, as they review the selection of safe and healthy fireworks near the corner of Base Line and Cherry Avenue in Fontana on Wednesday, June 29, 2022. (Photo by Will Lester, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG) Although this item was adopted in the City Council`s approval schedule, it received a 5:1 vote, with Councillor Dr. G. disagreeing. Industry representatives cite the rising cost of freight, fuel and raw materials as factors behind the higher prices. From 8. In March, there is not a word about a fixed date when the amendment to Chapter 6.32 of the Colton Municipal Code will come into force.
On March 2, Colton City Council approved a change in the amount offenders pay in fines for the first offence from $1,500 to $3,000, and the fine for the second offence was increased to $5,000. “Stands must be located on private property in a commercial or industrial area; and the written authorization of the landlord or tenant must be attached to the application. However, fireworks stands will not be located within a quarter of a mile of the high fire risk areas at the intersection of South Cooley Drive and Barton Road, nor within one mile of the high fire risk area at the intersection of Maryknoll Drive and South La Cadena Drive,” said Fire Chief Tim McHargue.