King, Pierce counties allow people to report illegal fireworks online

South Sound 911 launched an online reporting system for fireworks complaints.

TACOMA, Wash. — There are an average of 2,500 calls to South Sound 911 on a typical day. On July 4, however, call volumes more than double.

“We get so many calls on the Fourth of July and, really, we want to keep those lines clear – our 911 call lines clear – for emergencies,” said Jessica Kulaas, an education coordinator for South Sound 911.

South Sound 911 launched an online reporting system for fireworks complaints. Complaints may be reported online July 1 through July 5 at 6 a.m. in the following police jurisdictions:

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