Trick or Treat hours have been established as 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday, October 31st. Please take into consideration that not everyone may feel comfortable yet with people coming to their door. In an effort to help eliminate instances of little ghosts and goblins being turned away, signs have been created and are available for residents to print out and post on their front door or windows.
For those households indicating they will be participating in handing out treats, the green “Trick or Treaters Welcome!” sign can be used. For those households opting out of participating in handing out treats, the red encircled “Sorry, No Treats this Year” sign can be used. These signs are available in both English and Spanish and are only suggestions - you may even opt to create your own door sign design. Either way, if you choose to use a sign, make sure your option is clearly stated and easily visible.
As part of your Halloween planning, don’t forget to bring hand sanitizer to use along the way, and discuss your family's plan for setting aside candy to let any potential germs naturally fade. Whatever your plans are, be safe – be seen (or just relax at home) and have a Happy Halloween!