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Posted on: October 20, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Halloween

• Halloween is not a city sanctioned event, but rather a nationally recognized holiday. Although the City sets the recommended hours (always 6-8pm on October 31st), people will have to make their own decision on whether to 1) hand out candy or 2) take their kids door-to-door.  The City will set off the siren at 6pm and 8pm to signify the beginning and ending of Trick-or-Treating.  This year the Police have moved the candy screening to the front of the Police Station at 36725 Division Road.

• All residents who participate, however, should adhere to any public health recommendations from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. Be safe and operate common sense such as: wear a mask; social distancing if not in the same household; any household with a positive case should not participate; any individuals with symptoms should not participate; and any other guidance from public health officials.

• Be smart, be safe and have fun!

Please click on the link below for information from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services

Halloween Guidance
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