July 2, 2013

List of Maine municipalities with fireworks restrictions

From staff reports

Sixty-one cities and towns in Maine restrict or prohibit fireworks use or sales, each with its own specific language. They are:

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Shane Gardner of Millinocket stocks up for a neighborhood fireworks show at Phantom Fireworks in Scarborough on Tuesday, July 2, 2013.

Carl D. Walsh / Staff Photographer

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• Andover
• Auburn
• Augusta
• Bangor
• Bath
• Biddeford
• Boothbay Harbor
• Brunswick
• Buxton
• Cape Elizabeth
• Caribou
• Cumberland
• Damariscotta
• Eliot
• Ellsworth
• Fairfield
• Falmouth
• Farmingdale
• Freeport
• Frye Island
• Gardiner
• Gorham
• Greenwood
• Hallowell
• Harpswell
• Harrison
• Hermon
• Holden
• Hollis
• Kennebunkport
• Lewiston
• Limestone
• Madawaska
• Mechanics Falls
• Monmouth
• Mount Desert
• North Berwick
• North Yarmouth
• Oakland
• Old Orchard Beach
• Orono
• Owls Head
• Portland
• Randolph
• Rockland
• Sabattus
• Saco
• Sanford
• Scarborough
• South Portland
• Waldoboro
• Wayne
• Wells
• Westbrook
• Winslow
• Winthrop
• Wiscasset
• Woodstock
• Yarmouth
• York

 

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