(WICHITA, Kan.) — Information from Sedgwick County regarding the sale and use of fireworks. This information applies to residents of Sedgwick County. Please check laws where you live.
Summer is well underway and Fourth of July celebrations are right around the corner. While fireworks are used as part of the holiday celebration – and legal in Sedgwick County – it is important to remember that fireworks can be dangerous if not handled properly. Small children should not handle fireworks and older children should be supervised while doing so; always have a hose or bucket of water nearby; and follow the directions printed on the labels. These and other tips are available on the attachment or by visiting www.sedgwickcounty.org.
The sale of fireworks:
Any person, firm or corporation shall not sell fireworks to individuals at temporary retail stands or other locations, or deliver retail fireworks purchased by mail order, before June 27 and after July 5. (K.A.R 22-6-5) Remember, it is illegal to sell or buy fireworks in unincorporated Sedgwick County.