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(KSL News) -- It's a big night to shoot off fireworks, but there are some restrictions that may effect your plans.
Fireworks are banned in several areas: In Salt lake City that includes all areas east of Wasatch Drive, Virginia Street, Beck Street, and Victory Road; North of 11th Avenue and 1800 North; North of five hundred north behind the capitol; all areas west of I-215 in Salt Lake City; City Creek Canyon; and all city parks.
If you do live in an area where fireworks are banned there are several places to still see fireworks.
In Salt Lake County you can catch the show at Liberty Park at 10 p.m. or Franklin Covey Field after the Stingers game.
In Utah County, Cedar Hills has a show at 10 p.m., Spanish Fork 10:30, and Genola at 10 p.m.
In Beaver County the celebration is at 9:40 in Beaver City.
And in Emery, Wasatch, and Washington Counties the fireworks show will begin at dusk.