MADISON, NJ -  Halloween is "on" in Madison, said Mayor Conley.

"This will be a Halloween like no other", Mayor Conley said. "Although there will be no downtown parade or trunk-or-treating, we are still encouraging residents to go trick-or-treating in a safe, yet enjoyable way."

Mayor Conley reminded the community that a Halloween mask is not your medical mask. 

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"Wear a face mask under your scary mask and keep your mask on so you won't touch your face after getting candy", he said.

Mayor Conley offered additional safety advice

  • Stay in your own neighborhood
  • Go out with your family or close group of friends
  • Wash your hands when you get home
  • Only eat the candy that is factory sealed

"If you follow these guidelines you will not only help yourself, but help protect others", said the mayor. "Have a great Halloween. Be safe and be well".


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