As the July 4th holiday approaches get all the required permits, licenses, and inspections for you to legally set up a fireworks stand and sell fireworks. Use or the possession of illegal fireworks in the District of Columbia could face fines and penalties of up to $2,000 and/or arrest for further prosecution.
Permits, certificate of occupancy, FEMS application, and Basic business license are required to legally operate a fireworks sales stand in the District of Columbia.
Review the documents found at these three links for DCRA and FEMS requirements, procedures, and policies:
The deadline for submitting applications to DCRA is June 20, 2011;
Deadline to apply for DCFEMS inspections to sell fireworks retail is by the close of business (4:45 pm) on June 24, 2011.
Code Compliance, Permits, Certificates of Occupancy, Licenses, Inspections
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Provided By: DCRA
Location: 1100 4th Street SW Washington, DC 20024
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DCRA Permit and Certificate of Occupancy Information for Fireworks Retail Temporary Stand
DCRA Fireworks Stand Temporary License Requirements and Process
FEMS Procedures for Applying for a License to Sell Fireworks Retail
FEMS Permit Application for License to Sell Fireworks – Retail Temporary Stand Occupancy
Illegal Fireworks in the District of Columbia and Penalties
Frequently Asked Questions about Fireworks in the District of Columbia
Fireworks Inspection Procedures
FEMS Permit Application for License to Sell Fireworks – Retail Business Occupancy
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