Children play with American flags in Civic Center before the city of Denver’s annual fireworks show off the City and County Building on July 3, 2013,
Children play with American flags in Civic Center before the city of Denver's annual fireworks show off the City and County Building on July 3, 2013, in Denver, Colorado. (Daniel Petty, The Denver Post)

Fourth of July celebrations around Colorado will have all the traditional features such as hot dogs, parades, American flags and apple pies, but many will lack the holiday's staple fireworks.

That's because several cities and counties have enacted fire bans making fireworks illegal, as well as, canceled their public shows.

Most cities in Alamosa County, Clear Creek County, Douglas County, El Paso County, Jefferson County and Pueblo County are adhering to bans and not allowing residents to partake in private use of fireworks.

Those who use fireworks illegally may receive fines, face jail time and have the holiday explosives confiscated in most cities with restrictions.

Some municipalities like Boulder, Denver and Pueblo will keep the same public restrictions but have pyrotechnicians host shows.

Below is a partial list of where and when firework displays around Colorado are taking place, as well as, residential restrictions in those areas.

Arvada:

• Stenger Sports Fields — July 4, after 9 p.m.

— All fireworks are illegal for public use.

Aurora:

• Aurora Municipal Center's Great Lawn — July 4, after 6 p.m.

— All fireworks are illegal for public use.

Boulder:

• The University of Colorado Boulder's Folsom Field — July 4, at dusk.

— All fireworks are illegal for public use.

Brighton:

• Carmichael Park — July 4, at dusk.

Non-exploding fireworks that are legal in Colorado and that do not leave the ground are allowed.

Broomfield:

• Broomfield County Commons Park — July 4, at 9:30 p.m.

Non-exploding fireworks that are legal in Colorado and that do not leave the ground are allowed.

Castle Rock:

• N/A

All fireworks are illegal for public use.

Centennial:

• N/A

— All fireworks are illegal for public use.

Colorado Springs:

• The Broadmoor — July 4, near dusk.

• Kissing Camels Golf Course - July 4, near dusk.

• Memorial Park — July 4, near dusk.

• Security Service Field — July 4, after the Sky Sox baseball game.

— All fireworks are illegal for public use.

Commerce City:

• Dick's Sporting Goods Park — July 4, after the Colorado Rapids game.

— All fireworks are illegal for public use.

Craig:

• Craig Fire Station — July 4, at dusk.

— All fireworks are illegal for public use.

Cripple Creek:

N/A

— All fireworks are illegal for public use.

Denver:

• Elitch Gardens Theme & Water Park — July 4, at dusk.

• Civic Center Park — July 3, after 8 p.m.

• Coors Field — July 3 and 4, after the Colorado Rockies games.

Game.

• Sports Authority Field at Mile High — July 4, after the Denver Outlaws game.

— All fireworks are illegal for public use.

Durango:

• Vallecito Lake Community Event Center — July 4, at dusk.

— All fireworks are illegal for public use without permit from the city.

Fort Collins:

• City Park — July 4, at 9:35 p.m.

— All fireworks are illegal for public use.

Englewood:

• Belleview Park— July 4, at 9:30 p.m.

• Cornerstone Park — July 4, at 9:30 p.m.

• Progress Park — July 4, at 9:30 p.m.

— All fireworks are illegal for public use.

Georgetown:

• Downtown — July 4, at dusk.

— All fireworks are illegal for public use.

Glendale:

• Creekside Park — July 3, at 9 p.m.

— All fireworks are illegal for public use without permit from the city.

Grand Junction:

• Lincoln Park — July 4, at 9:45 p.m.

All fireworks are illegal for public use.

Greeley:

• Greeley Country Club — July 4, at dusk.

• The Greeley Independence Stampede — July 4, at 10 p.m.

— Non-exploding fireworks that are legal in Colorado and that do not leave the ground are allowed from midnight on July 3 to noon on July 5.

Highlands Ranch:

• N/A

— All fireworks are illegal for public use.

Lakewood:

• N/A

All fireworks are illegal for public use.

Littleton:

• Clement Park — July 3, at 9:30 p.m.

• Cornerstone Park — July 4, at 9:30 p.m.

All fireworks are illegal for public use.

Longmont:

• Boulder County Fairgrounds — July 4, at 9:30 p.m.

— Non-exploding fireworks that are legal in Colorado and that do not leave the ground are allowed.

Loveland:

• North Lake Park — July 4, at dusk.

Non-exploding fireworks that are legal in Colorado and that do not leave the ground are allowed.

Northglenn:

• Webster Lake — July 4, at 9:30 p.m.

All fireworks are illegal for public use.

Thornton:

• Thornton Multipurpose Fields — July 4, after 9:30 p.m.

All fireworks are illegal for public use.

Parker:

• N/A

All fireworks are illegal for public use.

Pueblo:

• The Historic Arkansas Riverwalk of Pueblo — July 4, at dusk.

• Pueblo West Fire Department — July 4, at dusk.

All fireworks are illegal for public use.

Telluride:

• N/A

All fireworks are illegal for public use.

Vail:

• Downtown Vail Village — July 4, at dusk.

All fireworks are illegal for public use.

Westminister:

• City Park — July 4, at 9:15 p.m.

— Non-exploding fireworks that are legal in Colorado and that do not leave the ground are allowed from midnight on July 3 to noon on July 5.

Adrian D. Garcia: 303-954-1729, agarcia@denverpost.com, twitter/ adriandgarcia