Sheriff’s Office reminds residents about what’s legal ahead of July 4th
The Fourth of July holiday is right around the corner and the Weld County Sheriff’s Office wants to remind residents what fireworks are legal as they prepare for their Independence Day celebrations.
Legal fireworks according to Colorado State Statute and Weld County Code include:
Cylindrical fountains, cone fountains, wheels, ground spinners, illuminating torches, dipped sticks and sparklers, and snakes, poppers and worms.
Multiple tube devices also are permissible so long as each tube is attached to a wooden or plastic base, and the effect is limited to a shower of sparks no higher than 15 feet. Novelty products, such… More
Now that the holidays are in full swing, you can get in the spirit with a specia…
Now that the holidays are in full swing, you can get in the spirit with a special performance of The Polar Express. Register to receive a link at bit.ly/RLPOLAR. And all take and make kits with holiday crafts and treats are now available at Riverside Library through curbside pickup.
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