Fireworks illegal in Shoreline and everywhere else - but two public shows will light up the night

Monday, June 23, 2014

Photo by Steven H. Robinson

As the Fourth of July holiday approaches, it is important to remember that the sale, possession, use or discharge of fireworks in the City of Shoreline is illegal. Shoreline Police enforce the City’s year-round fireworks ban by confiscating fireworks and writing tickets for possession. If you hear fireworks in your neighborhood, you may report offenders by calling 911 or 206-296-3311.

Personal fireworks are also illegal in Lake Forest Park, Kenmore, Mountlake Terrace, Edmonds, and Seattle.

The closest public fireworks shows are at LogBoom Park in Kenmore at the head of Lake Washington and the Civic Stadium in Edmonds.

A private show will be held at the Sheridan Beach property on Lake Washington.

Log Boom Park - NE 175th Street and 61st Avenue NE, Kenmore
  • Activities begin at 8:00pm with Fireworks Show at 10:00pm
Celebrate the Fourth of July with a spectacular fireworks show over Lake Washington. The fireworks display blasts off at 10pm at Log Boom Park. While waiting for the fireworks show, spectators can enjoy park facilities, music, and other activities starting at 8pm.

Bring a blanket or lawn chair, as limited supplied seating is available.

Sponsored by the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce - Friday, July 4, 2014

Schedule of Events
  • 5K Fun Run/Walk sponsored by Swedish/Edmonds and Sound Women's Care -10:00 AM
  • Children’s Parade sponsored by Windermere Real Estate - Edmonds - 11:30 AM
  • Main Parade sponsored by Lynnwood Honda - 12:00 PM
  • Edmonds Firefighters Waterball Competition (City Park, 3rd Ave. S & Pine) - 2:30 PM
  • Food Vendors and Evening Entertainment (Civic Stadium, 6th & Bell - 7:30 PM
  • Fireworks (Civic Stadium, 6th & Bell) - 10:00 PM
Forms and Applications
Saavy westside viewers will find vantage points where they can see the fireworks from Edmonds as well as the show from across the water in Kingston.

Eastside viewers can find a few places to see both the Logboom show and the Sheridan Beach fireworks.


Anonymous,  June 24, 2014 at 7:15 AM  

They might be illegal, but the same "patriots" each year get away with bombing my neighborhood and scaring my pets. We even had a lit one land on our roof last year. Our police don't really enforce this rule. Wish they did.

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