Safe and Sane fireworks in accordance to Minnesota viewpoint is listed on this page as to remind you on the understanding of what Minnesota considers legal fireworks.
EXAMPLES OF FIREWORKS THAT ARE NOW LEGAL TO SELL, POSSESS AND USE BY THE PUBLIC ON OR AFTER APRIL 30, 2002 AS PERMITTED BY MINNESOTA STATUTE 624.20 (C):
Wire or wood sparklers of not more than 100 grams of mixture per item. Other sparkling items which are nonexplosive and nonaerial and contain 75 grams or less of chemical mixture per tube or a total of 500 grams or less for multiple tubes and include:
• Cylindrical fountain Upon ignition, a shower of colored sparks or smoke and sometimes a
whistling effect is produced.
• Cone Fountain The effect is the same as that of a cylindrical fountain. When more than 1 cone is mounted on a common base, total pyrotechnic composition may not exceed 500 grams
• Illuminating Torch
• Wheel - Pyrotechnic device intended to be attached to a post or tree by means of a nail or
string. Upon ignition, the wheel revolves, producing a shower of color and sparks and, sometimes, a whistling effect
• Ground Spinner - Small device venting out an orifice usually on the side of the tube. Similar
in operation to a wheel but intended to be placed flat on the ground and ignited. The rapidly
spinning device produces a shower of sparks and color.
• Flitter Sparkler - Narrow paper tube attached to a stick or wire that produces color and
sparks upon ignition. The paper at one end of the tube is ignited to make the device function.
• Flash/Strobe - Emit a bright light
• Novelty items such as snakes and glow worms, smoke devices, or trick noisemakers which include paper streamers, party poppers, string poppers, snappers, and drop pops, each
consisting of not more than twenty-five hundredths grains of explosive mixture.