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No. Open fires are not allowed on the beach.
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Open burning is not allowed unless a permit is issued by the Fire Marshal. Most properties in Jacksonville Beach do not meet the requirements to obtain a permit. Consult the Fire Marshal via phone at 904-247-6201.
Only fireworks classified by the State Fire Marshal as sparklers may be ignited within city limits. Sparklers do not explode or fly through the air and explode. Any other fireworks are illegal when used by individual consumers for recreational displays.
Classes are available through the American Red Cross at 904-358-8091, ext. 1818, or the American Heart Association CPR locator service, at (877) 242-4277 or the American Red Cross website.