Trick or Treat is not a borough organized or sponsored event. Therefore, it is up to you to make the best decision in participating in the tradition of trick or treating for your family. We ask those that would like to participate, to do so safely by following all of the CDC guidelines for mask wearing, even if the costume doesn’t call for it and staying at least six feet away from those not in your household. If you do not wish to participate in handing out candy, we ask that you turn off all outside lights. Stay home if you aren’t feeling well!
Trick or Treating traditionally takes place on Halloween night which this year is Saturday, October 31st from 6:00pm-8:00pm.
Safety Recommendations for Trick or Treaters:
– Wear a mask, even if your costume doesn’t call for one
– Stay six feet away from those not in your household
– Bring hand sanitizer & use frequently
– Keep interactions brief & outside anyone’s home
– Avoid going out in large groups
Safety Recommendations for those handing out candy:
– Put out a candy bowl or grab & go baggies
– If you want to answer the door to hand out treats, wear a mask
– Sanitize and Wash your hands regularly
– Keep interactions brief and outside your home
– Disinfect doorbell and door knob throughout the evening