No Overnight Fireworks in Lansing

A Lansing city ordinance prevents the use of any kind of firework or similar exploding device between the hours of midnight and 8 A.M.  

From the Lansing State Journal:

"LANSING — Lansing police and fire officials are reminding residents ahead of the Fourth of July holiday about a city ordinance that bans the use of private fireworks overnight.

Per city ordinance, residents are not allowed to use personal fireworks - firecrackers, sparklers, bottle rockets and other devices that let off smoke or explode - without a permit except on the day before, the day of and the day after national holidays such as Independence Day. Fireworks are banned between midnight and 8 a.m., and the city’s noise ordinance also bans loud noises that bother residents at all times.

Police and fire officials will enforce the ordinances starting Thursday. Anyone in violation will be cited for a civil infraction and could be fined $500. Fireworks also will be confiscated.

The city’s official fireworks show begins at about 10:15 p.m. Friday at Adado Riverfront Park. Police will be posted at entrances and checkpoints and security checks will be conducted to make sure no personal fireworks are brought into the park. Any fireworks will be confiscated, the city said."