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Both the Center for Disease Control and the Illinois Department of Public Health have issued guidance on participating in Halloween festivities, in light of the pandemic.
The Village encourages residents to review public health guidance before participating in Halloween activities.
The Village understands that not every resident may feel comfortable with trick-or-treating this year. We have designed signs for residents to place in their windows to designate whether or not your home is open to receiving trick-or-treaters this year. Residents may download the sign below or pick up a copy at Village Hall, 550 W Irving Park Road.
We ask everyone to be a good neighbor and to be respectful of others and their decisions to participate/not participate in Trick-or-Treating this year. For those who wish to trick-or-treat, recommended hours are from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, October 31st.
Sign #1 - Trick-or-Treaters WelcomeThose interested in participating in trick-or-treating are asked to turn ON porch or outdoor lights and place the “Trick-or-Treaters Welcome” sign on their window or door.
Download the sign
Sign #2 - Please No Trick-or-TreatersThose who are not interested in participating are asked to leave their outdoor lights off and place the “Please, No Trick-or-Treaters” sign on their window or door.