Michigan's new fireworks law allows people to buy more powerful fireworks thoughout the year, but the use is still restricted to private property.
GRAND HAVEN, Mich. (Grand Haven Tribune & WZZM)-- The days of free-for-all fireworks in Grand Haven are over.
City Council has approved new regulations that aim to restrict when and where residents and visitors can light off fireworks in the city.
The new regulations were unanimously approved Monday night by an emergency vote, meaning the ordinances take effect immediately instead of having to wait out the normal 20-day period.
But the city is lifting the ban during a specific community celebration. To find out more, visit the Grand Haven Tribune.
Grand Haven joins at least eight other communities restricting consumer fireworks, including: Grand Rapids, Grandville, Hudsonville, Wyoming, Muskegon Heights, Rockford, Walker and Kentwood.