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OKLAHOMA CITY –  Americans are counting down the days until the holiday weekend where people across the country will celebrate our independence.

Oklahoma City officials are warning residents that is it illegal to buy, sell or use fireworks within city limits.

Sparklers, snakes, bottle rockets and other popular fireworks are included in the ban. The ban also applies to all private and public property in the city and along the Oklahoma River.

However, there are certain locations where professional fireworks displays will be held.

July 1

  • 9701 Boardwalk Blvd. (Express Service)

July 2

  • 11501 N I-35 Service Road (Frontier City)
  • 2631 N May Ave. (Taft Stadium)

July 3

  • 11501 N I-35 Service Road (Frontier City)
  • 3001 General Pershing Blvd. (east side of State Fair Park)

July 4

  • 11501 N I-35 Service Road (Frontier City)
  • 200 Bass Pro Drive
  • 2 S Mickey Mantle Drive

July 10

  • 8901 S Shields (Crossroads Church)

Violators of the fireworks ordinances are subject to a $167 fine.