In line with the City of Brampton’s Fireworks By-law, personal fireworks are not permitted on properties that are less than 18 metres (60 feet) wide at the front.
Brampton residents with properties that are at least 18 metres (60 feet) wide at the front must have a permit to use fireworks on their property. 

free permit will be issued by the City for four occasions each year. Apply for a permit two weeks prior but no later than two days before these four approved firework dates:

Fireworks Safety

  • Once you have a permit, store fireworks where they cannot be accessed by anyone under the age of 18 years. E.g. a locked garden shed.
  • Store in a cool, dry, well ventilated place away from sources of heat
  • Read all instructions on the fireworks before using them. Choose a wide, clear site away from buildings, roads, vehicles and obstacles.
  • Fireworks are not allowed in public areas such as parks, sidewalks, streets and school yards
  • Do not use fireworks in windy conditions
  • Never light fireworks or hold a lit firework in your hand
  • Bury fireworks that do not have a base, halfway in a heavy container of dirt or sand. Set them at a 10-degree angle, pointing away from people and obstacles.
  • Throw used fireworks into a pail of water and wait until the next day to dispose of them
  • Wait at least 30 minutes before approaching fireworks that did not go off.  Do not try to re-light ones that did not go off. 


For general queries, assistance with completing the permit form or if you have questions about the fireworks permit, call 311.
To report illegal use of fireworks, call 311 or Enforcement and By-law Services at 905.458.3424
The City strictly prohibits fireworks on school property, in parks and on any City land, including streets and sidewalks.

If you require a fireworks permit for any other day in the year, please contact Brampton Fire and Emergency Services.