What are the fireworks regulations?
Fireworks can be fun and spectacular, however they can also cause serious injuries and start dangerous fires. It is illegal to possess, transport, discharge or sell fireworks within the township.

Only with a fireworks permit from the Township can your event include fireworks. Requirements for a permit include specifications on the launching area, number of fire personnel present and stipulations on the presence of a license pyrotechnic operator at the event. The township enforces the BOCA code which regulates the use of fireworks. Low grade, hand-held sparkling devices are permitted as regulated by State law.

For more information concerning firework regulations, please call the police department at 412-492-2222.

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1. Does the Police Department have a fingerprint program?
2. How do I get a copy of a police report?
3. Who is the Magisterial District Judge and what does the Magisterial District Judge do?
4. How do I arrange a tour of the Police Department? What does the tour include?
5. I was in an accident in Shaler Township. Where was my car towed?
6. Will the Police watch my home while I am on vacation?
7. What constitutes an abandoned vehicle? How do I report one?
8. Do door-to-door solicitors need a permit?
9. What are the fireworks regulations?
10. What do I do if a vehicle is illegally parked?
11. What can be done about telephone solicitations?
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