It's that time of year again where little ghosts and goblins will be taking the streets in search of candy.
This also means it's time for drivers and parents to be extra careful.
The fire department has a couple tips for keeping everyone safe this Halloween.
They urge people to use cross walks and have their children carry flash lights.
Also remember to check your candy and make sure everything is sealed.
Parents should pay extra attention to where their trick-or-treaters go.
Fire Department Spokesmen, Tim Page says, “If you’re preparing your place for Halloween there’s a lot of trick-or-treater with home made costumes and those things aren't fire proof so if you're going to light up your jack-o-lantern you should probably use a glow-stick rather than a candle.”
The fire department reminds drivers that lots of kids on Halloween are dressed in black, they advise you to drive slower than the suggested speed limit, especially after dark.