For many, Halloween is a festive night celebrated by both children and adults. Halloween is also the night when the time honored tradition of trick-or-treating takes place.
This year the City of Pittsburgh’s official trick-or-treating hours are from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, November 3.
In addition to trick-or-treating, many community groups and churches throughout the City host fun Halloween parties, parades and other events as safe alternatives to trick-or-treating. To connect interested residents with their events, Mayor Luke Ravenstahl has created an easy, user-friendly way for community and church groups to register their Halloween festivities online. By registering your event below, you will receive free Halloween safety activity books for the children attending your event and a special recognition from Mayor Ravenstahl.
For more information, or to request a free activity book, please contact Liz Style in the Mayor’s Department of Neighborhood Initiatives at 412-255-4772 or via email at email@example.com. You can also download a copy here:
With your help, we can make Halloween a safe and enjoyable event for all residents of Pittsburgh.