No person shall deliver or cause to be delivered into any county, municipality or rural fire protection district for the purpose of sale to individual members of the general public for personal use any consumer fireworks if the county, municipality or rural fire protection district by law or ordinance has declared that the sale or use of the consumer fireworks is prohibited.
The manufacture, sale, use or discharge of fireworks may be regulated by the governing body of a rural fire protection district, subject to the following conditions:
The regulation must be by ordinance adopted by the governing body of the district, after public notice and hearing, not later than January 1 of any calendar year in which regulation is to be operative.
The regulation shall not be operative within the boundaries of any city that regulates such matters by city ordinance.
The regulation may not limit sales to less than five days per calendar year, and must include the five consecutive day period beginning June 30. [Amended by 1983 c.788 §7; 1985 c.789 §4; 1993 c.185 §32; 2013 c.24 §9]