Effective January 2017, fireworks are illegal within Marysville city limits.
If you have, use, sell, trade or discharge fireworks in Marysville, you are breaking the law (except for authorized public displays, or as permitted and authorized by the Marysville fire marshal).
This includes all types of fireworks, including consumer fireworks sold to the public as well as display and dangerous fireworks.
Penalties for breaking the law include confiscation of fireworks and a fine, and potential jail time depending on the violation.
|Violation||Type||Penalty (set by state law/subject to change)|
|Discharging Consumer Firework||Civil Infraction||2017: $103 fine
2018: $257 fine
2019: $513 fine
|Selling/Transferring Consumer Firework||Misdemeanor||Up to 90 days in jail & $1,000 fine|
|Using Display Firework||Gross Misdemeanor||Up to one year in jail & $5,000 fine|
|Using Dangerous Firework||Gross Misdemeanor||Up to one year in jail & $5,000 fine|
In a November 2015 advisory vote, 59 percent of Marysville voters favored a fireworks ban.
Every year, fireworks injure thousands of people, cause millions of dollars in property damage, and drain public safety resources. Celebrate safely and avoid a ticket by leaving the fireworks to the professionals.
For more information including a Snohomish County map and July 4 public fireworks shows in nearby communities, visit http://www.marysvillefiredistrict.org/fireworks/.