RACINE — Halloween is nearing and the City of Racine has officially announced that on Oct. 31, 2022, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., trick-or-treating will take place in the city.
“Like so many kids, my children are already looking forward to trick-or-treating. Let’s have a fun and safe Halloween this year,” said Mayor Cory Mason.
Tips for a safe Halloween
The City of Racine shares the following tips, in hopes to help families have a safe Halloween.
On Halloween night or whenever trick-or-treating takes place, remember:
- Cross at street corners, use traffic signals, and look both ways prior to crossing the street.
- If you are ill, stay home.
- Minimize spreading viruses by placing candy on a table instead of a bowl.
- Put electronic devices down, keep your head up, and walk – don’t run – across the street.
- Always walk on sidewalks and paths, when one is not available walk facing traffic.
- Bring a flashlight or wear bright clothing to make yourself visible.
- If you are driving a vehicle allow yourself extra time to get to your location.
- When driving, don’t forget to slow down and stay alert.
Trick-or-treating in Racine County
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