Chattanooga Fire Officials want to make sure you stay safe this Fourth of July season.
But this year it's a harder task because of the extremely dry weather.
The city did not ban people from shooting off displays but Mayor Ron Littlefield is urging people to be responsible.
He said, "If they're at home shooting off Roman candles, bottle rockets... when they land they're still very hot then they can burn down their own house, start a grass fire, they can burn down a neighbor's house, in which case they should expect to be liable for that."
Due to the drought and extreme hot weather, the department has put restrictions on this year's professional shows as well.
For example, a fire patrol boat will be in the water during Tuesday's Pops on the River.