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Halloween Trick-or-Treat Hours in the City of Saginaw
The Chief of Police has determined the Trick-or-Treat hours in the City of Saginaw for October 31, 2016 will be from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
"With Halloween falling on a Monday, we know there will be several activities for children and families throughout the entire weekend and on Monday. Starting at 6:00 p.m. on Monday will allow everyone time to enjoy one final Halloween celebration and ensure children have some daylight for trick-or-treating. Halloween hours will end at 8:00 p.m. and trick-or-treaters are encouraged to return home at that time." – Tim Morales, City Manager
Drivers are asked to be extra aware of their surroundings and on the look-out for excited children entering the streets while trick-or-treating from house to house. Children should have reflective costumes or flashlights with them, and face paint is encouraged instead of masks so that kids can see better. Trick-or-treaters should remain on well-lit streets and always use the sidewalk. Residents passing out candy are asked to turn on their outside porch lights and maintain clear walkways that are free of obstructions or trip hazards.
“The Saginaw Police Department will be out in full force throughout the night. Our main objective is the well-being of our citizens so that this is a memorable and enjoyable night for everyone in our community! Drive slow and cautious so our children can go home safely.” -- Robert Ruth, Chief of Police.
For more information regarding Halloween or any City issues, please contact our
Call Center at (989) 399-1311. Have a Safe and Happy Halloween!
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