The City of Fort Saskatchewan wants to help parents and their young ghosts and goblins have a safe night of candy collecting this Halloween.

The city shared these safety tips for kids and caregivers:
-Carry a flashlight so you can see where you are going and been seen.
-Stay on sidewalks.
-Stay on one side of the street until you can cross safely at a crosswalk and walk facing traffic.
-Don’t cut across yards or driveways.
-Make sure your costume has reflective pieces so that you are easily visible to traffic.
-Make sure your mask does not interfere with your vision or hearing. Consider wearing make up instead.
-Travel with a group of friends and stay in familiar neighbourhoods.
-Dress warm enough for colder temperatures.
Driver are asked to be cautious when taking to the roads on Halloween night. Excited kids and drivers are asked to be cautious.
-Slow down and watch for children that may be using crosswalks or on the road.
-Do not drive while wearing a costume that could impede your vision, hearing or ability to drive properly.

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