Council Okays Door-to-Door Trick-or-Treat. Here's What You Need to Know.

The City Council has approved door-to-door trick-or-treating for Halloween this year. As always, trick-or-treat is completely voluntary and if you decide it is not safe for you or your family, there are many other options for celebrating Halloween in an alternative way. If you would like to participate in traditional door-to-door trick-or-treating, make sure your porch light is on. If you would rather not, just leave your porch light off.

For safety, the following guidelines should be followed:
  1.  Trick-or-treaters and those handing out candy need to wear a face covering at all times. Traditional halloween costume masks are NOT a substitute for a close-fitting cloth or surgical style mask.
  2. Provide hand sanitizer for your children to use between each house.
  3. All candy should be individually wrapped and allowed to sit for a few days before being handed out to allow time for any Coronavirus particles to die. You may also simply leave a bowl of candy on the porch for children to help themselves.
  4. Limit groups of trick-or-treaters to one household only. Do not allow your children to form groups with children from other households.

Recommended trick-or-treat hours are 5:30 - 8:00 on sat, Oct 31st. 

Community Drive-Thru Trick-or-Treating

A community trick-or-treat event will be held at the Guthrie Opportunity Center at 900 Nutter Dr. on Halloween (10/31) from 3pm - 6pm. This will be a drive thru event and masks are mandatory.