Caledon’s Fireworks By-law – Have Your Say


Town of Caledon News

2021-01-20 4:09:05 PM


Notice of Public Meeting: Fireworks By-law

A Public Meeting will be held to consider a proposed Fireworks By-law. Your input and insight will inform and shape plans that meet the needs of our community.

Due to continuing efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19 and to protect individuals, Town Hall will not be open to the public to attend this meeting. It will be held electronically via WebEx.

February 17, 20201 | 7 p.m.

How to Participate

Members of the public are welcome to participate via phone or WebEx Meeting upon request. For

How to Listen

To listen to this meeting (but not participate) you may call the Toll-Free Number at 1-833-311-4101 and when prompted, enter the Meeting Access Code 132 070 9311 followed by the pound (#) key. 

How to Provide Input by Speaking During the Meeting

If you wish to speak during the Public Engagement Session to ask questions or provide a comment, please register in advance using the form below.

Register to Provide Input

Note: You are encouraged to submit your written comments prior to the start of the scheduled public engagement session.

How to Submit a Written Comment

You may submit written comments by uploading them directly through the electronic registration form. If you do not wish to submit your written comments through the electronic registration form, you can e-mail your comments to Written comments submitted will be considered public information and will form part of the public record.

Submit Written Comments

Note: Submit your written comments prior to the start of the scheduled public engagement session.

By Appointment

To speak directly to the Chief Fire Prevention Officer about the Fireworks By-law, you may complete the electronic registration form and indicate that you would like an appointment to be scheduled. Appointments will be scheduled by staff and can be for in-person or over the phone consultations.

Schedule an Appointment

Proposed By-law Changes

A new Fireworks By-law will reflect the changing needs in the community with respect to when fireworks are discharged. The changes will:

  • Recognize Canada Day, Victoria Day, Diwali, Chinese New Year, and New Year’s Eve as observances, which would permit residents to also discharge fireworks on these days;
  • Include additional fire safety requirements when discharging consumer fireworks;
  • Establish minimum safe distances from vulnerable and industrial properties;
  • Set acceptable times for discharging of fireworks; and
  • Enhance neighbourhood safety by only permitting non-aerial fireworks to be discharged by residents. 

Review the draft By-law

Additional Information

For more information about this matter, you may contact the Chief Fire Prevention Officer from Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


If you require an accessibility accommodation to participate in this Public Engagement Session, or to access any materials related to this item in an alternate format please contact Legislative Services by phone at 905-584-2272 x.2366 or via email at Requests should be submitted at least 10 days before the Public Engagement Session.

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