Fireworks Reporting App
Municipalities can now easily offer a free app to citizens that allows them to report incidents using location, categories and photos

When the new year approaches, so does the nuisance caused by fireworks. Fires, accidents and crashes spike during New Year’s festivities. It is the responsibility of the municipalities to keep their citizens and properties safe in the festive season. For the same reason, the municipalities across the country have put in measures to check illegal firing of firecrackers, but they rely heavily on citizens to report on incidents.

Municipalities can now easily use an app for crowdsourcing that will allow for the citizens to report incidents using geo-location, categories and photos. See this video on how concerned citizens can use the app for free!

Benefits for Municipalities:

Insights by location and categories

Cloud-based solution

Affordable and competitive pricing

Protects citizen privacy (GDPR compliant)

Multi-source data from municipality

Easy to configure

Connects to historical data

Plug-and-play solution

Exports data for reporting and analysis

Fireworks in the Netherlands are only allowed from 31 December, 18:00 until 1 January, 02:00 but not everywhere.

Benefits for citizens:

Simple to use

Report anonymously (GDPR compliant)

Free for citizens

Track progress of your report(s)

Submit a report with 4 quick clicks

Contact us today for a free demo of this plug-and-play solution. Email at or call us on +31 (0)10 420 0830.

Did you know?

The Dutch government prohibits fireworks in the following locations, and hence, more and more municipalities are now proposing firework-free zones.

Near zoos, animal shelters, petting zoos, and animal hospitals

Near school yards and playgrounds for children

Near hospitals and fireworks stands