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The Fire Department does provide and install free smoke detectors for Sharonville residents. The department no longer provides carbon monoxide detectors due to the loss of grant funding for that project.
No. The Sharonville Fire Department encourages those looking for this service to contact or visit Children's Hospital for guidance.
Sharonville businesses should send their Tier II reports to Sharonville Fire Department's Fire Marshal, Keith Becker, at Station 86 (11637 Chester Rd. Sharonville, Ohio 45246).
Visit hamiltoncountyr3sournce.org for a multitude of resources regarding disposal of household hazardous products. This will include registration information and the date of their annual drop off event. On the FAQs page there is additional information about storing hazardous product and materials as well as disposing of them year round.
When can Ohioans discharge fireworks?
Beginning July 2022, unless limited by local laws, Ohioans can discharge consumer fireworks on the following dates and times:
Where can fireworks be discharged? Consumers can discharge fireworks on their own property or on another person’s property if the owner of that property has given express permission for fireworks to be discharged.
Ohioans must discharge fireworks properly
Ohio Revised Code (R.C.) § 3743.45 (as effective July 1, 2022) and Ohio Fire Code (OFC) § 5626 (effective July 3, 2022) apply and can be read in their entirety via the links provided. Relevant OFC provisions outline how 1.4G consumer fireworks must be used and stored by consumers. Some provisions in the rules include:
Note: These separation distances – for both aerial and non-aerial devices – are increased for certain types of locations such as hospitals, schools, healthcare and residential facilities, apartment and multi-tenant buildings, military installations and railroads.
Where can Ohioans buy fireworks?
Only fireworks purchased in Ohio may be discharged in Ohio. Consumers may purchase fireworks from any of the licensed sales locations throughout the state. When purchasing fireworks, the retailer must provide consumers with safety glasses (for free or at a nominal charge) and with a safety pamphlet.
Can local officials stop Ohioans from discharging fireworks?
As part of the new law, any political subdivision may opt-out of allowing the ability to discharge within their limits so discuss with your local officials the best course of action for your jurisdiction.
The State Fire Marshal provides rules to the public related to the new fireworks law. For a complete look at the new fireworks rules, visit the Division website