Yesterday evening AFPD spent a couple hours with community members from Fortress Way in Pioneer explaining fire behavior, fire safety and fire preparedness!
Fortress Way is in the middle of becoming a Firewise Community. It was great to see so many neighbors coming together to help make their community safer and learn the resources that are available to them.
Chief White would like to take a moment and remind everyone that all fireworks including “safe & sane” fireworks are ILLEGAL in Amador County! ***Amador County Code Chapter 7.34 FIREWORKS REGULATIONS***
However, they are allowed within the city limits of Sutter Creek, Jackson, Plymouth and Ione. Safe and Sane fireworks are only allowed on specific nights, so please contact the city of which you are in question about for further information. ... See MoreSee Less
We understand your concerns with fireworks and firework booths selling. Please note that the firework booths are only in the city limits, as fireworks ARE allowed in the city limits.
Why are they allowed with such dry conditions
Just why do they sell them here???????? They should be banned👹👹👹👺👹👹
Then why are we selling them in our county?
BAN FIREWORKS NOW.......they will get over it
If my house burns down because of fireworks, my lawyer is going to be VERY busy!
Then Chief White "EXPLAIN" why fireworks stands are selling these illegal items in Amador County???????? Why the County is not shutting them down? Waiting for injuries or fires before closing the source of danger????? If these were drug stands selling drugs (which is illegal) I'm sure they would be shut down ...RIGHT? Are there different degrees or steps in monitoring things that are ILLEGAL within our county? Just asking?
The Amador County Board of Supervisors should be held accountable for allowing any Fireworks to be sold in the County at all. They have the power if They would use It!