By CBS13 Staff

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The City of Sacramento is considering a new ordinance to crack down on illegal fireworks.

On Tuesday, a committee will review the new plan to fine property owners where illegal fireworks are being used.

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The fines would also be issued for usage on streets and sidewalks in front of people’s homes – and because tickets would be sent by mail instead of in-person, police officers are not the only ones who could issue citations.

As part of the ordinance, the first fine would be $1,000. Fines then go up to $5,000 for multiple violations.

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Authorities have been working broadly to crack down on illegal fireworks, with one recent arrest resulting in more than 100 pounds of them being seized.

With the region having seen a particularly dry winter, firefighters are bracing for an active fire season.

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“Safe and sane” fireworks will only be on sale in California from June 28 through the Fourth of July.