UPDATE JUNE 28: Fireworks went on sale across the Las Vegas valley Thursday, and Clark County is urging people to take a stand against illegal fireworks.
Fire inspectors are making sure each fireworks stand is only selling legal products. The general rule is if the firework shoots into the air or explodes, it's illegal. Each fireworks stand will have paperwork indicating it has passed inspection. You also want to look for safe and sane labels.
"We created task force teams to go out educate the public about they're illegal," said Amanda Wildermuth, fire inspector. "The consequences, the hazards to they could do to the environment for using these illegal fireworks."
Officials also ask for people to use the ISpyFireworks.com website to report illegal fireworks.