Are fireworks legal in Garden City?
The Michigan Fireworks Safety Act of 2011 allows consumer grade aerial fireworks like bottle rockets and Roman candles. The storage or sale of all fireworks is restricted to properties in Garden City’s that have received the appropriate state and local permits. Please use caution, common sense and courtesy if you are using fireworks.

Per Michigan law, fireworks may only be used the day before, the day of and the day after a holiday. Per Garden City ordinance, fireworks may not be used within 200 feet of a residential structure and not within 20 feet of an open flame, a burner, gasoline, ignited gas or electric grill. Fireworks may not be used on public property and no fireworks may be used between the hours of 11 p.m. and 7 a.m.

Pay special attention in summer because of dry conditions and the risk of fire from fireworks and consider neighbors with dogs, small children, the elderly or veterans suffering from PTSD when using legal fireworks.

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1. Does the Fire Department offer fire station tours or appearances?
2. Does the Fire Department provide ambulance services?
3. Is there a charge for fire suppression?
4. Which hospitals do fire department ambulances transport to?
5. Is there a charge for EMS care?
6. How can I get a copy of my fire report?
7. How can I get a copy of my EMS report?
8. Why does the fire engine go on EMS runs?
9. My smoke detector is occasionally chirping. What should I do?
10. What should I do if I see a wire down?
11. What if my carbon monoxide detector goes off?
12. Are bonfires allowed in Garden City?
13. Are fireworks legal in Garden City?
14. Do you offer Child Safety seat inspections?