Here’s where it’s illegal to light fireworks along the Wasatch Front

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Tuesday is the first day it’s legal in Utah to light fireworks for the Independence Day holiday — so if your neighbors have been setting off the Roman candles already, they have been breaking the law.

Utah law says personal, or Class-C, fireworks can be used in two brief windows in July: July 2 to 5 for the Fourth, and July 22 to 25 for Pioneer Day. (Such fireworks can also be bought and lit for New Year’s Eve and the Chinese New Year.)Salt Lake Tribune

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