Halloween

Halloween

Save the Date for a spooky good time on Saturday, October 30!



 Treat-o-rama
Driskell Park, 3911 Hamilton Street, 4-6 p.m.
Join the City for a Treat-O-Rama in Driskell Park from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. with drive-thru or walk-up candy pick up options and festive photo-ops! More details coming soon.

Trunk-or-Treat
Northwestern High School, 7000 Adelphi Road, 6:30-8:30 p.m.

The Hyattsville Police Department is hosting a Trunk-or-Treat in the parking lot of Northwestern High School! Come show off your boo-tiful costumes!

Donate Candy to the Trunk-or-Treat! The Hyattsville Police Department is accepting candy donations until October 29, 2021 at Police Department Offices on the 2nd floor of the City Building, 4310 Gallatin Street.

Halloween safety
For everyone's safety, please use social distancing and wear an appropriate cloth face covering when attending City-sponsored events. Costumes that have plastic or rubber masks with an opening are not considered appropriate for reducing the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

For residences that do not want to encourage trick-or-treaters this year, you are advised to turn off porch lights or put visible signage in front of your homes. City of Hyattsville Police will be monitoring crowd activity on October 31 and ask large groups to break up if the situation becomes unsafe.

Suggestions for activities to enjoy the holiday while reducing the possibility of COVID-19 exposure include:

  • Decorating & displaying pumpkins with members of your household, or outside, at a safe distance, with neighbors and friends
  • Creating a Halloween scavenger hunt for children to find Halloween-themed items while walking at a safe distance past homes or in public spaces
  • Having a Halloween movie night with members of your household