Use the following Google Trick or Treat map to find homes that are safely participating in trick-or-treating.
This is a community-sourced project and anyone can add a location to this map. Therefore, these locations have not been verified or background checked.
Use caution and proceed at your own risk. (See our Trick-or-treat guidelines after the map).
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Seattle-Tacoma trick or treat map
- Wear a cloth mask, and remember: a plastic costume mask is not a suitable substitute for a safety mask.
- Wash your hands before and after trick-or-treating.
- Bring plenty of hand sanitizer and use it after touching objects.
- Go only with members of your household.
- Keep at least 6 feet of distance from those outside your household.
- Accept only individually wrapped candy or treat bags. Do not touch items in a communal bowl.
- If you are handing out treats, only provide commercially packaged, individually wrapped treats (candy, nuts, etc.)
- If you are handing out treats, place treats on a table in your driveway or yard. Many homes are also developing chutes and fun delivery methods.
- Rather than greeting trick-or-treaters at your door, sit in a chair in your driveway, garage, yard, or porch and maintain at least 6 feet of distance from the treat table.
- Place a few mini pumpkins or other decorations 6 feet apart to signal a line and keep trick-or-treaters distanced while waiting for treats.
- See our complete Guidelines for a safe Halloween. Have fun! Stay safe!
If you’re looking for another kind of Halloween fun, scroll down to our Halloween events calendar.
But wait, there’s more!
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- Our big list of Halloween haunted houses, corn mazes, spooky tours
- Free and cheap Halloween events around Puget Sound
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- Guidelines for safe Halloween celebrations in 2020
- Download Free Halloween coloring sheets for download from Bellevue Collection
- And here’s a list of 101+ always free things to do for fun
- More free and cheap things to do every day: Greater Seattle on the Cheap event calendar
- Still more ideas for frugal fun: Greater Seattle on the Cheap home page
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Halloween events around Puget Sound
Free and cheap Halloween events and things to do around the Puget Sound region. We continue to add events through the month of October as details become available.