Idaho Fireworks Laws
Wedding sparklers are a great way to illuminate any wedding exit with flash and pizzazz. While our sparklers are fun and festive, it’s important to use them responsibility. Your health and safety is our highest priority and we always recommend following state fireworks rules and regulations in Idaho.
LEGAL: Non-aerial fireworks devices, including ground spinners, cones and fountains, sparklers, smoke devices, helicopters, Roman candles, wheels, reloadable motors 1 ¾ inches or smaller and snakes.
ILLEGAL: Any fireworks not specifically permitted, such as M-80’s, cherry bombs, tennis ball bombs, bottle rockets, firecrackers, jumping jacks or similar products.
SELLING PERIOD: Midnight on June 23 through midnight of July 5, and midnight on December 26 through January 1 at midnight. Local jurisdictions may extend the selling of fireworks by five days.
PENALTY: The sale, possession and handling of illegal fireworks in Idaho carries a penalty of up to $300 in fines and up to six months in jail.
Idaho Facts & Figures
Nickname: The Gem State
State Capital: Boise
Population: 1,787,065 (40th)
Largest Cities: Boise 228,959 Meridian 114,161 Nampa 99,277
Total Land Area: 83,569 sq. miles (14th)
In 1861, Idaho’s original state name was the Colorado Territory. It finally became known as “Idaho” two years later in 1863.
Emma Edwards Green designed Idaho’s state seal, featuring a miner and a woman representing equality, liberty and justice, in 1891. The significance is Idaho’s state seal is the only one in the U.S. designed by a woman.
Idaho is famously known for its potatoes; however, the crop isn’t even native to the area. The first potato in America was planted in New Hampshire.