Permit for fireworks display
- • permit for wholesale sale of consumer fireworks
- • fee
- • rules
(1) All persons, municipalities, associations or organizations or groups of individuals desiring to sell, discharge, fire off, explode or display fireworks for a public display, or to sell consumer fireworks to persons who possess the permit referred to in ORS 480.127 (Permit for retail sale of consumer fireworks), shall apply in writing to the State Fire Marshal for a permit at least 15 days in advance of the proposed sale or date of the display. The State Fire Marshal, upon receipt of such application, shall determine if the proposed sale or display will conform to law and any rules promulgated thereunder. If the State Fire Marshal finds that the applicant is qualified to conduct such sale or display and that the proposed sale or display is in accordance with the law and all rules, the State Fire Marshal shall issue a permit; otherwise the State Fire Marshal shall refuse to issue it.
(2) The fee for a permit for the public display of fireworks and each permit for the sale of any fireworks shall be established by rule by the State Fire Marshal, subject to prior approval by the Oregon Department of Administrative Services and a report to the Emergency Board prior to adopting the fee, and subsequently shall be adjusted to finance the administrative expenses incurred under this section and shall be within the budget authorized by the Legislative Assembly as that budget may be modified by the Emergency Board. All fees collected shall be deposited to the credit of the State Fire Marshal Fund.
(3) Sales permits for fireworks are not valid for more than one year from date of issue. A public display permit is not valid for more than 10 days from date of issuance and may authorize only one fireworks display during that period. [Amended by 1967 c.417 §24; 1983 c.788 §6; 1985 c.789 §2; 1991 c.703 §15; 2013 c.24 §4]
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