City of Aurora, IL Halloween Trick-Or-Treat Hours (October 31 - 4 PM - 7:30 PM)


Saturday, October 31, 2015
(Aurora, IL) - Due to the inclement weather, the City of Aurora is extending today's scheduled Halloween Trick-or-Treat hours of 4:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. to tomorrow, Sunday, November 1 from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.  The extension will allow parents to make the decision to either trick-or-treat tonight or tomorrow afternoon.
"We want to make sure that the annual tradition of trick-or-treating is a fun and safe one for our children," said Mayor Tom Weisner "We want to provide a safe alternative time for families to go out and a fair opportunity for those who have invested money in treats to distribute them."
The National Weather Service predicts that the rain may stop before 7:30 p.m. tonight, but breezy, cloudy and cool conditions will continue throughout the evening.  If parents choose to go out tonight, please take extra precautions due to the weather and wet roads and walkways.
"Good to know about this decision. It just seems like happier memories of Halloween are made in nicer weather," said Aurora resident Nicole Lewald-Powell.
Post your photos on the City's Facebook page at


Aurora, IL Trick-Or-Treat Hours are from 4 PM to 7:30 PM Today (October 31).

Have a safe and happy Halloween! 

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Originally Released: Tuesday, October 13, 2015
Dan Ferrelli | Media Relations Manager | 630-256-5071
The City of Aurora has announced its official Halloween trick-or-treat hours as 4:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, October 31 and is reminding all residents to continue making safety a top priority when collecting Halloween candy this year.
Parents accompanying their children are encouraged to go out earlier when it still is light outside, and to remember the following Halloween safety tips:
  •  When shopping for costumes, wigs and accessories, look for labels clearly indicating they are flame resistant.
  •  Children or an accompanying adult should carry a flashlight; and costumes should be bright or reflective so children can see and be seen.  Putting reflective tape on costumes is another option.
  •  Masks, costumes and shoes should be well-fitting to avoid blocked vision, trips and falls.
  •  Children should stay on sidewalks, look both ways before crossing streets and use established crosswalks wherever possible.
  •  Props like swords, knives and other objects should be made of soft or flexible material.
  •  Candy should be collected only from homes with a front porch light on; and kids should only enter homes if they're with a trusted adult. Otherwise, Trick-or-Treaters should stay outside.
  •  Bring a cell phone while trick-or-treating in case of an emergency.
  •  Only factory-wrapped treats should be eaten; homemade treats should be avoided unless the cook is well-known to the trick-or-treater or their family.
  •  Parents can verify addresses of sex offenders living in their neighborhoods by visiting the sex offender website, OffenderWatch, prior to trick-or-treating.  
Share your family's Halloween costume photos by posting them to the City of Aurora's Facebook page at on Saturday, October 31.
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