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Most Wyoming Counties Have Some Sort Of Fire And Fireworks Ban

Wyoming, the fire department and the BLM, the city of Worland and the Washakie County have made available to the public a gravel pit off the dump road for the public to shoot off their fireworks July 2.3,4 and 5th of 20201.

In the city of Thermopolis Wyoming, the severe dry condition has caused-the BLM, State Park and the Hot Spring County to enact a ban on all fire works, both private and the yearly fire work show. The town of Kirby, Wyoming, also has a ban on any fire works due to severe dry conditions.

In Crook County, a burn ban and fire work restrictions are also in place this would apply to Sundance, Wyoming. All of Platte County, Natrona County, Fremont County, Niobrara County, Weston County, Campbell County, Sheridan County all have fire bans and fire work restrictions in place due to the severe dry conditions

Laramie County has imposed a fire and fireworks ban for the Laramie County.

Park County is allowing fireworks on the 4th of July, but bans them on the 5th of July

See Article: https://wyomingnews.tv/news-articles/f/park-county-fire-restrictions-in-effect-july-5th.

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