A Friendly Reminder About Fireworks
 

The cities of Lacey, Olympia, and Tumwater remind residents and visitors
that fireworks may not be sold or discharged in our communities.


Novelty devices such as snakes, glow worms, and party poppers may be used.

Sparklers and all other types of fireworks may not be used. Fireworks purchased elsewhere may not be used in Lacey, Olympia, or Tumwater.

Enjoy one of these
FREE city public fireworks
displays and festivals!


Lacey Fireworks Spectacular
July 3

Fireworks start around 10 p.m.

Drive Up and Watch at Chinook Middle School
 

Tumwater Thunder Valley Fireworks
July 4

Fireworks start around 10:15 p.m.
View from Tumwater Hill, North Street,
and locations around the city.


Lakefair Grand Finale Fireworks
July 18

Fireworks start around 10 p.m.
Capitol Lake
View from Heritage Park, Deschutes Pkwy,
and Capitol Campus

Voter Approved
A majority of voters in these cities
approved a ban on fireworks.


Public Firework Displays
Permits may be obtained from
each city for professionally-operated
public fireworks displays.


Unused Fireworks
To safely dispose of unused fireworks:

  • Thoroughly soak fireworks overnight in a bucket or tub of water, then drain.

  • Place the soaked fireworks in a heavy duty trash bag, and tightly seal.

  • Place the bag in your garbage container for pick-up.

Firework regulations for each city are available online.