Kids can still get their candy this Halloween.
The town is allowing trick or treating from 5 to 7 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 31.
The town issued a statement Tuesday explaining that typical door-to-door trick-or-treating is considered a high-risk activity, however, it is allowing people to make their own decisions on what activities to participate in.
The town suggests people have individually wrapped goodie bags in their yards or driveways for people to grab as a lower-risk alternative to handing out candy from the door.
The town asks that those participating in trick-or-treat leave their outside lights on as a signal that they are welcoming people.
The town is continuing to monitor the situation.
— Maddie Hughes, staff reporter