From the Denver Post: Look, we love Fourth of July fireworks just as much as the next patriotic pyromaniac. That’s why we’ve put together this list of notable displays around the Front Range.
But we also love personal space and non-scorched landscapes, which is why we’ve added some contact information for reporting illegal fireworks. (We know: It’s lame to snitch. But it’s also lame to burn down your neighbor’s garage or half of a park.)
Setting off fireworks — of any kind — in Denver is illegal, and the same goes for most Front Range cities.
“If you have to light it or ignite it, it’s illegal,” said Christine M. Downs, public information officer for the Denver Police Department. That includes sparklers, bottle rockets, Roman candles and…