It is Fireworks season in Bellevue and this year 20 non-profit organizations that serve Bellevue have received applications to sell fireworks within the city limits! The Bellevue City Code allows for fireworks approved by the State of Nebraska to be sold and set off June 25th through July 3rd only between the hours of 8:00 a..m. and 10:00 p.m. and on July 4th from 8:00 a.m. to midnight. Any debris caused by the discharge of fireworks MUST BE properly disposed of by the user. The City of Bellevue asks all residents to be safe and respectful of your neighbors during this season!!
If you are going to purchase fireworks that are legal to discharge in Bellevue, please consider supporting groups and organizations right here in Bellevue. Here is a list of the Non-Profit Clubs that are authorized to sell Fireworks in Bellevue this year:
|Location of Stand
|Cherish Riding Association
|2888 Edwards Street
|Bellevue Christian Center
|1400 Harvell Drive
|Bellevue West Band Boosters
|10504 S 15th St
|Bellevue Little Theatre
|1008 West Mission Avenue
|Kiwanis Club of Bellevue-Offutt
|7706 South 36th Street
|Bellevue Rod & Gun Club
|1513 Fort Crook Road North
|Bellevue Soccer Club
|803 Galvin Road
|Bellevue University Athletics
|Bellevue University Foundation
|1811 Hillcrest Drive
|Bethel Christian United Pentecostal Church
|3702 Giles Road
|Bryan High School Caoches Association
|4008 Twin Creek Road
|Cornerstone Christian School
|801 Fort Crook Road
|Daniel J. Gross Catholic High School
|901 Fort Crook Road
|Habitat for Humanity of Sarpy County
|Golden Blvd & Samson Way
|Spirit Life Assembly of God Church
|4815 Harrison Street
|St. Mary's Catholic School
|28th and Capehart
|Veteran Support Association, Inc
|1502 Chandler Road
|Offutt Lightning Select Baseball Association
|801 Fort Crook road
|Raven Haven Reconnaissance Crews Booster Club
|2301 Cornhusker Road
|557 Weather Wing Top III
|7007 S. 36th Street
Did you know that each July Fourth, thousands of people, most often children and teens, are injured while using consumer fireworks and that over 80% of emergency room fireworks injuries involve fireworks which are legal to use to use. The City of Bellevue is hoping that everyone has a safe and Happy 4th of July and reminds you to be extremely careful when using fireworks and follow these safety tips.
Stay away from illegal or homemade fireworks.
Never allow children to play with or ignite fireworks.
Fireworks are not toys. Even sparklers can cause burns.
Have a garden hose and bucket filled with water handy in case of malfunction or fire.
Never shoot fireworks off in metal or glass containers.
Only light fireworks on a smooth, flat surface away from the house, dry leaves and flammable materials.
Do not try to relight fireworks that malfunction.
***Thank you to the Bellevue Police Department for the included image!