Halloween Safety Tips
Parents or Guardians
Always accompany any and all minors.
Instruct children to travel in familiar, well lit areas.
Put a name tag with your name and number on your children.
Dressing Your Goblins
All costumes, wigs and accessories should be fire-resistant.
Add reflective tape to your kids costume or Trick-or-Treat bags, or give them glow sticks for better visibility.
Use non-toxic make-up and always test it on a small portion of your kids skin first. Always take make-up off before bed.
Make sure the costumes and masks are fitted properly to avoid blocked vision, trips, and falls.
Remove any trip hazards in your yard and surrounding your porch.
Keep porch and walkway well lit.
Use glow sticks or other LED lights instead of candles in your jack-o-lanterns.
Keep pets restrained. Even the nicest pets can get scared and overwhelmed by the doorbell and kids.
Pay extra close attention when driving through residential areas.
Slow down while in town.
Always remember the hands free law.