4th Of July Guidelines
According to the Tri-city Herald :
Residents in Franklin County — including Pasco — and those in Kennewick and Prosser are banned from having fireworks of any kind.
Essentially, that means fireworks that stay on the ground — fountains, wheels, illuminating torches and sparklers are allowed.
Anything that shoots into the sky is not. Bottle rockets, missiles and firecrackers are legal only on tribal lands.
M-80s and homemade or altered fireworks such as tennis ball bombs are illegal everywhere in the state.
West Richland has the most liberal fireworks policy in the Tri-Cities — allowing everything the state allows.
People also are not allowed to go to city parks or school property to shoot fireworks; they need to be on their own property. And firework debris needs to be cleaned up properly.