East Tennessee firework regulations

KNOXVILLE (WATE) – If you and yours are planning a grand celebration for the Fourth of July, here’s a list of firework regulations by county so you can make sure to celebrate America safely and legally.

  • Anderson – No fireworks allowed.
  • Blount – No fireworks allowed.
  • Campbell – Allowed outside city limits only.
  • Cocke – Allowed outside city limits only.
  • Claiborne – Allowed outside city limits only.
  • Cumberland – Allowed anywhere.
  • Fentress – Allowed outside city limits before 11 p.m. only.
  • Grainger – Allowed outside city limits only.
  • Greene County – Allowed outside city limits only.
  • Hamblen – Allowed outside city limits only.
  • Hancock – *information pending*
  • Hawkins – Allowed anywhere July 2-6 before 11 p.m.
  • Jefferson – Allowed outside city limits only.
  • Knox – No fireworks allowed.
  • Loudon – Allowed outside city limits only.
  • McMinn – Allowed outside city limits only before 11 p.m only. Caution is advised due to dry conditions.
  • Monroe – *information pending*
  • Morgan – *information pending*
  • Roane – Allowed outside city limits only.
  • Scott – Allowed anywhere before late hours.
  • Sevier – Allowed outside city limits only.
  • Union – Allowed anywhere before 11 p.m.

If your county’s information is not listed yet, check back later for updates. It will be posted as soon as law enforcement provides it.

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