Looking to find a professional fireworks show in your area? We’ve got you covered

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SEATTLE — As officials strongly encourage Washington residents to refrain from celebrating the 4th of July by setting off their own fireworks, many in the state are left looking for public fireworks shows.

Well, you’re in luck. The Washington State Patrol, in conjunction with the Fire Protection Bureau has released a list of public fireworks shows. The list is organized by county, city, time and date, with a link to the show’s website.

The list is available at this link. 

A number of counties and cities in Washington have even gone so far as to ban fireworks due to extremely dry conditions and public safety hazards. The Mukilteo Fire Department has banned fireworks in the city limits, so have Wenatchee and Cashmere recently. Below is a list of cities and areas that have banned fireworks, or have severe restrictions.

That list is available at this link. 

Check with local your local fire department or city hall for more info.

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