Short-range fireworks allowed on private properties
Brampton residents are allowed to use short-range fireworks on their private property four times a year (Victoria Day, Canada Day, Diwali and New Year’s Eve) without the need for a permit.
For 2020, short-range fireworks are allowed on the following days:
- May 18 | Victoria Day
- July 1 | Canada Day
- November 14 | Diwali
- December 31 | New Year's Eve
Residents are asked to please follow safety precautions when using short-range fireworks on private property for Victoria Day. And remember, fireworks are not permitted on the street, sidewalks, within City parks or on municipal or school properties.
Celebrating Victoria Day with short-range fireworks on private property? Residents are reminded to maintain physical distancing. If you are concerned about public gatherings of more than 5 people, contact Service Brampton through the Brampton 311 mobile app, online, or by calling 311. Learn more here.
All other type of fireworks that could travel more than three metres (10 feet) are banned, (e.g. roman candles, flying lanterns, skyrockets, and barrages). It is illegal to buy, sell, possess or use long-range fireworks.
Use of personal fireworks is not permitted on school property, in parks and on any City land, including streets and sidewalks.
The safety of our residents is of primary importance. When using short-range fireworks, residents must follow safety precautions:
- You must have a container of water or a hose line that’s filled with water available to extinguish fireworks
- You must never light a firework or hold a lit firework in your hand, other than a sparkler
- After using sparklers, place them in a container of water to fully cool before disposal
- Allow all fireworks to fully cool before disposal
- For general inquiries, call 3-1-1.
- To report illegal use of fireworks in your neighbourhood, call 3-1-1 or Enforcement and By-law Services at 905.458.3424.