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2012 trick-or-treat hours in Fort Wayne

Statement as issued Monday:

City of Fort Wayne Police Chief Rusty York has established the official hours for ‘Trick-or-Treat’ for 2012. Trick-or-Treat will be observed in the City of Fort Wayne from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 31, 2012. Trick-or-treaters should only visit those homes with an illuminated exterior front light (or porch light) indicating that trick-or-treaters are welcomed. Trick-or-treaters should remember the following safety rules:

  • Do not wear costumes that obscure your vision;
  • Wear reflective clothing, or light colored clothing to make you more visible motorists;
  • Travel in groups composed of at least one adult;
  • Have a pre-planned route;
  • Only cross streets at the crosswalks;
  • Visit familiar homes, and do not enter a stranger’s home;
  • Be prepared for adverse weather;
  • Refrain from consuming any treats until inspected by an adult.

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