Jefferson County Open Space recently took to Twitter with a stern message: "Littering is littering, regardless of your baby's gender."
The post was accompanied by a photo of what appears to be blue confetti left behind from what was presumably a gender reveal party. The post goes on to mention that littering of this nature is subject to a $100 fine.
Littering is littering, regardless of your baby's gender! If you choose to have a gender reveal party, please do so in a way that does not harm the environment. This little celebration is a violation of regulation C.14. Litter. Fine: $100.00. https://t.co/ad9NqMZMwT pic.twitter.com/hMM5HouCeF— Jeffco Open Space (@JeffcoOpenSpace) October 5, 2020
Another gender reveal party made headlines weeks ago after being blamed for sparking the El Dorado Fire in California, which grew to more than 22,000 acres. This disaster had many people calling for those conducting gender reveal parties to do so in a safer manner.