MOAB, Utah (ABC4 Utah)- Moab has joined the growing list of Utah cities who will be banning aerial fireworks Pioneer Day weekend.
In a special meeting Tuesday afternoon, Moab City Council voted 4-1 to adopt a temporary ban on discharging aerial fireworks within city limits.
They define aerial fireworks as “fireworks that fly, explode (i.e., report), or travel more than six (6) feet off the ground.”
Read the full ordinance here.
Statewide it is illegal to discharge fireworks until July 21st.