Trick-or-treating will be permitted in the Village on Saturday, October 31, from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. Subject to health and safety guidelines to limit the spread of the coronavirus. CDC recommendations can be viewed here.
The Village understands not everyone may feel comfortable with trick-or-treating this year. We have designed signs for residents to place in their windows or in visible areas for trick-or-treaters to identify whether you are participating in Trick or Treating or not.
Those interested in participating in trick-or-treating are asked to place the green “Trick-or-Treaters Welcome” sign on your window or door. Those who are not interested, are asked to place the orange “Sorry No Treats This Year” sign on your window or door.
Residents are reminded not to approach homes or knock on doors of homes that have “no trick-or-treating” signs posted, or homes that have their exterior lights off and front doors closed. Please treat all neighbors with respect and courtesy.
At the present time, neither the State of Illinois or DuPage County Departments of Public Health have issued guidance or restrictions surrounding Halloween trick-or-treating this year. Should either of these agencies share public health regulations, the Village will publicly share their messaging and comply with their public health guidance, including any potential prohibition of such activity.