The Fireworks Bylaw regulates the use and sale of fireworks in Toronto.
Fireworks are only permitted on your private property on Victoria Day and Canada Day until 11 p.m. A permit is required to set off fireworks on all other days.
Fireworks are banned in parks and on beaches. You are also not allowed to set off fireworks in a street, a parking lot, or on a balcony. Do not set off fireworks on anyone’s private property other than your own.
Contact 311 to report the use of fireworks in a City park or beach, illegal sale and possible misuse of fireworks.