Saginaw outlaws overnight fireworks


The City of Saginaw won’t be awakened in the middle the night by the sound of fireworks exploding anymore.

Monday the city council passed a ban on overnight fireworks.

The City Clerk said many residents complained about fireworks going off late at night and very early in the morning.

Under the new ordinance, fireworks are banned from 1 a.m. to 8 a.m. everyday including the fourth of July. Violators will be issued a civil infraction with a maximum fine of $500.