We want to remind all Goblins and Ghouls to wear brightly colored costumes that do not drag the ground, carry flashlights, have a planned route, and don’t walk alone.
- The "best" way to hand out treats on Halloween night is to arrange the candy in "such a way" that it limits the number of times each treat is touched.
- If homeowners choose to greet trick-or-treaters in person, the department suggests wearing a mask, maintaining social distancing and washing your hands often.
- Residents going from house to house are told to limit groups to their own household members only.
Do you prefer to distribute candy from your home on Halloween Night? If so, you can let Trick-or-Treaters know that you will be answering your front door by adding your address to the “Trick-or-Treat Route Map.” Please register by October 28 and Route Maps will be available to families after 12pm on October 30.
For more information, please contact the Recreation Office.