July 4th 2015 Fireworks: Where to watch, what's legal

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Fireworks week is upon us. And L.A. and Orange counties offer opportunities aplenty to catch a show on the big day.

Want to (safely) light up some state-approved fireworks at home? Several cities in SoCal will let you do that, too.

Here’s a map of where you can watch a professional fireworks show in the L.A. and Orange County areas on Saturday, July 4 and a list of SoCal cities that permit the personal use of "safe and sane" fireworks.

Fireworks shows in L.A. and Orange counties

Click on the pins for details.

Source: Safejuly4th.orgOrange County Fire Authority 

SoCal cities that permit the selling and use of state-approved fireworks

City County City County City County
Brawley IMPERIAL Huntington Park LA Buena Park ORANGE
Calexico IMPERIAL Industry LA Costa Mesa ORANGE
Calipatria IMPERIAL Inglewood LA Fullerton ORANGE
El Centro IMPERIAL Irwindale LA Garden Grove ORANGE
Westmorland IMPERIAL La Mirada LA Huntington Beach ORANGE
Winterhaven IMPERIAL La Puente LA Santa Ana ORANGE
Alhambra LA Lakewood LA Stanton ORANGE
Artesia LA Lawndale LA Villa Park ORANGE
Azusa LA Lynwood LA Westminster ORANGE
Baldwin Park LA Maywood LA Blythe RIVERSIDE
Bell LA Montebello LA Cathedral City RIVERSIDE
Bell Gardens LA Monterey Park LA Coachella RIVERSIDE
Bellflower LA Norwalk LA Desert Hot Springs RIVERSIDE
Carson LA Palmdale LA Indio RIVERSIDE
Commerce LA Paramount LA Adelanto SAN BERNARDINO
Compton LA Pico Rivera LA Barstow SAN BERNARDINO
Cudahy LA Rosemead LA Chino SAN BERNARDINO
Downey LA Santa Fe Springs LA Colton SAN BERNARDINO
Duarte LA South El Monte LA Fontana SAN BERNARDINO
El Monte LA South Gate LA Grand Terrace SAN BERNARDINO
Gardena LA Temple City LA Rialto SAN BERNARDINO
Hawaiian Gardens LA Vernon LA San Bernardino SAN BERNARDINO
Hawthorne LA Anaheim ORANGE Fillmore VENTURA

 Source: California Fireworks Newswire

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This post has been updated.