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Supervised public displays shall be permitted with a permit and compliance to requirements of the Bixby Fire Department and National Fire Protection Act (NFPA) 1123. The use of fireworks before a proximate audience (as defined by the NFPA) shall be permitted with a fireworks permit and compliance to NFPA 1126. Permits may be obtained from the city or a licensed fireworks vendor at a cost of$100. The permit fee may be waived, upon written request by the city manager, fire chief, or his designee. Permits must be available for inspection by the city at all times during the display, including the setup and tear down of the launch site and staging area.
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Yes, purchase a permit to discharge fireworks from the City of Bixby or from a participating licensed vendor at a cost of $20.00.
Private persons may not use or discharge fireworks within any city or county park, nor on any highway, turnpike or any street that has paving in excess of 26 feet wide.
The possession or the sale of any fireworks to or by any individual under the age of 12 years shall be unlawful within the city, unless under the immediate and direct supervision of a parent, guardian, or other responsible adult in possession of a current permit.