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Personal Fireworks Prohibited in the City of Meadows Place

Personal Fireworks Prohibited in the City of Meadows Place

In an effort to maintain a desirable and peaceful community, the City of Meadows place has banned the discharge of fireworks within the city limits. As we approach the Fourth of July the Meadows Place Police Department hopes everyone has a great holiday and to remind all; Fireworks are not allowed in the City of Meadows Place (at any time), violators are subject to be cited and incurring up to a $500 fine.

If you observe a Fireworks violation, please contact the Meadows Place Police Department at 281-983-2900. If calling after hours, ask for a Meadows Place Police Department officer. The Meadows Place Police Department is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week (281) 983-2900.

 City of Meadows Place City Ordinance: § 130.35 FIREWORKS. (A) Definitions. For the purpose of this section, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning. FIREWORKS. The term shall include FIREWORKS, firecrackers, rockets, sparklers, torpedoes, Roman candles, fire balloons and all other substances or any combination whatsoever designed or intended to produce a noise or effects of fireworks or pyrotechnics, whether or not herein specifically designated and defined. SET OFF. This term shall include setting off, firing, igniting, discharging or in any other manner setting into action, and shall also include the causing of any of such things to happen. (B) Prohibitions. It shall be unlawful to manufacture, store, sell, possess or set off fireworks within the city. PENALITY. Any person who violates or causes, allows or permits another to violated any provision of § 130.35 shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction thereof, shall be punished by a fine of not more than $500. Each occurrence of any violation of § 130.35 shall constitute a separate offense. Each day on which any such violation of § 130.35 occurs shall constitute a separate offense.


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