Oregon 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 Oregon.
AGE OF PURCHASE: 16 years of age
LEGAL: Fountains, flitter sparklers and ground spinners – those produce only smoke, sparks or fire and which do not explode, eject balls of fire, fly into the air more than 12 inches or travel more than six feet on the ground. Consumer fireworks including bottle rockets, Roman candles, firecrackers and certain aerial fireworks are legal with a permit.
ILLEGAL: Cherry bombs, Monday through 80’s and larger and any illegal firework that’s been modified are prohibited.
SELLING PERIOD: June 23 through July 6.
PENALTY: The possession of Illegal fireworks in Oregon is a Class B misdemeanor with a maximum penalty of $2,500 and/or six months in jail.
Oregon Facts & Figures
Nickname: The Beaver State
State Capital: Salem
Population: 4,217,737 (27th)
Largest Cities: Portland 654,741 Salem 174,365 Eugene 172,622
Total Land Area: 98,379 sq. miles (9th)
The world’s largest mushroom is approximately 2.4 miles long and resides in Oregon’s Blue Mountains. The colossal honey fungus is believed to be somewhere between 1,900 and 8,650 years old.
Portland, Oregon is a beer drinkers’ paradise. The city is home to over 60 breweries, more than any other location across the globe.
Oregon’s state flag is the only flag in the United States with a different design on each side. While the front features the escutcheon from the state seal in blue and gold, the reverse pictures a golden beaver.