Halloween 2021: Woodridge Trick-or-Treating
We all have one “ghoul” this Halloween on Sunday, Oct. 31: a safe and fun holiday for everyone. Please keep in mind the following:
- Woodridge trick-or-treating hours are from 3 p.m. – 7 p.m.
- If your residence is participating in trick or treating: turn on your porch light
- if your residence is not participating in trick-or-treating, turn off your porch light or post this sign: Please, No Trick-or-Treaters This Year
- Trick-Or-Treaters should maintain a safe distance from other groups and wait to approach a house until the previous group has left.
- Parents or a trusted adult should accompany young children who are Trick-Or-Treating. Older children should go with a friend, or in a group.
- Children should observe allowed Trick-Or-Treat hours and only approach homes that are well-lit at night and should never enter homes
Interested in using the 2020 Trick-or-Treating signs? You may download them here.