(a) Fireworks which are legal for discharge within the State of Nebraska, may be discharged for purposes of controlling birds, notwithstanding the provision of section 14-230 of this Code, by the owner or occupant of any real estate who has, prior to discharge of any fireworks, first obtained a permit from the city health division. There shall be no fee for such permit. Said permit shall be valid for a period of two (2) weeks from the date of issuance. Permits may be reissued by the health division after the expiration of any permit period. Said permit may be revoked or altered by the city health division or may be suspended by the police division by either division giving actual notice of said revocation, alteration or suspension to the permit holder. Permits issued by the health division shall allow the use of fireworks only between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 9:30 p.m.
(b) Every application and permit issued pursuant to this section shall state the name of the owner or occupant making the application, the address where the fireworks are to be discharged, the type of fireworks to be discharged, the time and date when discharge is desired or permissible.
(c) Any person obtaining a permit pursuant to this section shall not be subject to prosecution for disturbing the peace under section 14-315 of this Code unless the person has first been given actual notice of the revocation, suspension or alteration of the permit as provided in this section.
Source: Ord. No. 3675, § 2, 9-18-89