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Cache Valley fireworks restrictions updated

June 30th, 2012 Posted in Opinion

LOGAN — Extremely hot, dry weather conditions in Utah have prompted
restrictions on fireworks throughout Cache Valley, effective
immediately. Gov. Gary Herbert has banned fireworks in all
unincorporated areas of the state and requested local cities and towns
to regulate within their boundaries.

Here’s a list of Cache Valley fireworks restrictions:


1.    All properties east of 1600 East and north of Hwy 89.
2.    All properties east of 600 East and south of Hwy 89.
3.    Any property within 100 feet of undeveloped areas, city-wide.
(ie. vacant lots, agriculture fields, any other dry vegetation)
4.    Do not use fireworks when wind is present.

River Heights — All areas east of 1000 East.


1.    All areas east of 400 East.

2.    Areas south of Canyon Road and 600 South.

North Logan — All areas east of 1600 East, city-wide.

Hyde Park — All areas East of 400 East.


1.    All areas north of Center Street and east of 200 East.
2.    All areas south of Center Street and east of 700 East.

Richmond — All areas east of 300 East.

Hyrum — All areas east of 1300 East.

Millville – All areas east of 550 East.

Nibley – All areas east of Hollow Road.


1.    All areas west of 200 West.
2.    All areas south of 900 South.


1.    All areas east of 100 East.
2.    All areas west of 300 West.


1.    All areas west of 2400 West
2.    All areas east of 800 East

Cache County Unincorporated areas — Based on the state restrictions fireworks are not allowed in any of the unincorporated areas of Cache County.

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