Millville to Have Trick or Treating on Halloween

MILLVILLE, N.J. – The mayor of Millville has announced that the City of Millville will hold trick-or-treating on Halloween's traditional date.
Mayor and Director of Public Safety, Michael Santiago, has set the time for trick-or-treating on Monday, October 31st from 4 p.m. - 7 p.m., rain or shine. He also reminds parents that children should not trick-or-treat alone. Children should be accompanied by an adult, older child, or travel in groups when going to door-to-door.
Also, sidewalks should be used when traveling around neighborhoods and cross only at the corners. When sidewalks aren't present, they should walk on the shoulders of the road on the side where they'd be facing any oncoming traffic.
Even though it's tempting, parents should instruct children not to eat any treats collected until they return home. Parents should check every item as a precaution and to ensure they're safe to eat.
The mayor also asks that residents to turn on their outside porch light to indicate they are participating in passing out candy.