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Posted on: June 1, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Possession of Illegal Fireworks

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Beginning June 1st and continuing into July, the Police Department will conduct a special campaign to remind residents and visitors that possession or use of illegal fireworks is against City Code, a code in place to protect the safety of all persons.  As part of this effort, Warrenville police officers will be handing out informational flyers during traffic stops that address the City’s fireworks code, the enforcement of it, and subsequent fines.  Confiscated or fireworks voluntarily turned in will be safely destroyed in cooperation with the DuPage County Sheriff’s Office.  If you have illegal fireworks you would like to turn in to be destroyed, please dial 9-1-1 for an officer to respond - do not bring fireworks to the police station.  Dial 9-1-1 for all fireworks complaints.  

Click this link to connect to the City Code on fireworks (Title 4, Chapter 6)

**Promoting fireworks safety through education, prevention, and enforcement**

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