The City of Loveland will hold trick-or-treat hours on Tuesday, Oct. 31 from 6-8 p.m.
A few reminders...
Safety Tips from LPD
- Trick-or-treat in groups.
- Stay in contact with a parent/guardian by phone, text, or Find My iPhone.
- Carry a light.
- Wear reflective clothing.
- Don't eat any candy/treats while out trick-or-treating. An adult needs to inspect everything first!
- If you feel uncomfortable visiting a house or if the house is dark, just skip it.
Watch a video from LPD.
If you see a child carrying a colored pumpkin, it may represent a medical condition. Here are the common meanings:
- Blue: Autism
- Purple: Epilepsy/seizures
- Teal: Food allergies
Public Works reminds homeowners to please prep your sidewalks to make sure walkways are safe for trick-or-treaters! It is the property owner's responsibility to clear branches/obstructions within 7 ft. over sidewalks and 13 ft. over roads, as well as trimming trees away from blocking street lights and traffic signs.
Street Light Outages:
Likewise, make sure your block is well lit for Halloween night. Street light outages can be reported online to Duke Energy.