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Yes. Residents need to clean up all fireworks debris once it's safe to do so. Spent fireworks should be soaked in water before disposed of in a trash receptacle.
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To report the illegal use of fireworks, call 911. For non-emergencies (parties, noise, etc.) use the non-emergency line, 290-1011, from July 1-5 between 6 p.m. and 3 a.m.
Sedgwick County will staff a fireworks/nuisance, non-emergency line, 316-290-1011, during the following times:
This number should be used for fireworks complaints and other general nuisances, such as loud parties, during this operational period. If there is something on fire, injuries that have been sustained, fights or disturbances, or anything of a more critical nature occurring that would require the immediate assistance of law enforcement, firefighters, or EMS paramedics, citizens should call 911 directly.
Citizens that call 911 for nuisance complaints during this period will be transferred over to the non-emergency line. Dispatchers staffing 911 lines will not take nuisance complaints when the non-emergency line is operational.