Fireworks in Lacey

Consumer Fireworks Ban

The City of Lacey reminds residents and visitors that fireworks may not be sold or discharged in our community. In 2005, a majority of voters in Lacey approved a ban on consumer fireworks (LMC 9.20.046) and these regulations prohibit the sale, purchase, or discharge of fireworks in the City of Lacey at all times of the year. In addition:

NOTE: This prohibition does not apply to public displays or to the sale, use, and discharge of small trick and novelty devices, such as snakes, glow worms, and party poppers.

Lacey residents or Neighborhood Associations may check out a Fireworks Ban sign for their neighborhood starting June 20, at Lacey City Hall. We ask that the yard signs get returned after the holiday.

How to Report Fireworks Violations

Our limited police resources are dedicated to responding to all emergencies. Depending on the call volume, they may not be able to respond to your report of fireworks violations. Please use the following guidelines:

Your cooperation is vital in keeping our community safe. Thank you for understanding and following the law.

Free Public Fireworks Displays

Residents and visitors celebrating the Independence Day holiday are encouraged to do so in a safe and enjoyable manner that is within the law. Make plans to attend one of the free, professional fireworks displays and events throughout Thurston County!

Lacey Fireworks Spectacular
July 3 | 4 -11 p.m.
Fireworks Display: 10 p.m.
Rainier Vista Community Park

Tumwater Thunder Valley Fireworks
July 4 | 10:15 p.m.
Fireworks discharged from Tumwater Valley Golf Course; viewing locations around City

Lakefair Grand Finale Fireworks
Find more details here!
Capitol Lake – Heritage Park – Downtown Olympia

To learn more about Lacey, Olympia, and Tumwater fireworks, visit the Fireworks Reminders webpage.