For the month of July, state law allows fireworks from July 2-July 5 and July 22-July 25 from 11:00AM - 11:00PM except on July 4 and July 24 where the hours extend to midnight. Due to fire danger, fireworks are prohibited in certain areas of Highland.
Fireworks are banned in the following areas: Beacon Hills Subdivision; Bull River Subdivision, drainage areas, and surrounding property; Chamberry Fields Subdivision; City owned homes on Pheasant Drive; Country French Subdivision; Dry Creek Highland Subdivision and drainage areas; Hidden Oaks Subdivision; Highland Glen Park; Highland Hills Subdivision; Highland Hollow Subdivision and drainage areas; Highland Oaks Subdivision; homes abutting Highland Hollow and drainage area in the Highland Hollow and Canterbury North subdivision; Hunter Ridge Subdivision; Lone Peak High School; Meadow Lane; Mercer Hollow Subdivision; Mitchell Hollow Park and drainage areas; Mountain Ridge Park; Mouth of American Fork Canyon; Oak Ridge subdivision; open field south of Mitchell Hollow Park; Pheasant Hollow Park; Skye Estates Subdivision; State owned property south of Lone Peak High School; Sterling Pointe Subdivision; Sunset Mountain Properties; Town Center Splash Pad; View Point Subdivision; west side of 10150 North; and Westfield Cove Subdivision. You can see a map of these restrictions here.
In addition to Highland City’s bans, fireworks are never allowed on US Forest Service (including American Fork Canyon), BLM, or National Park land. See a map of statewide firework restrictions at UtahFireInfo.gov.
More information on this as well as restrictions on Open Fires can be found on the Fire Department page.