CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Will there be trick-or-treating in Coral Springs later this month? The simple answer is: Coral Springs has not canceled Halloween.

If you plan to go trick-or-treating, the city recommends following safety protocols -- wearing a facial covering (except children under 2), avoiding large crowds and gatherings, practicing frequent handwashing, and using hand sanitizer.

Further, Coral Springs said in a statement that neighbors who want to pass out treats, should keep their porch lights on.

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And if your neighbors do not have their lights on, do not knock on the door because they may be taking extra precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 or simply they not be home, the statement said.

Coming up: Coral Springs officials, in partnership with the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 87, are planning a safely-distanced Cops and Kids Drive-Thru Trick or Treat at City Hall on Halloween.

Event time and pre-registration information will be issued by FOP Lodge 87 later this week.  


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