Fireworks can be legally sold in North Dakota from June 27 through July 5 and from Dec. 26 through New Years Day. But it is illegal to use them in Bismarck.

The Bismarck Police issued a news release reminding residents that fireworks are not permitted in Bismarck. This includes "anything sold at a fireworks stand, which has to be ignited, including snakes and sparklers."

The police added that caps for cap guns are not illegal however.

In order to read the laws for fireworks for the entire state of North Dakota, visit this section of the North Dakota Legislature website.

In addition to the laws set forth by the state, individual cities and municipalities can set their own laws as well. Be sure to check in with your local law enforcement prior to purchasing any items or setting any off to ensure you are in compliance with the law.

For fireworks laws in various cities in Burleigh County click here.

For fireworks laws in various cities in Morton County click here.

Fireworks are banned in all North Dakota state parks.

If you do plan to purchase fireworks between June 27 and July 5, make sure to check out the savings you can get at first.

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