If you’re planning on trick or treating this year, remember to stay within your bubble, wear a cloth face covering, and stay physically distant from other groups. While the CDC is recommending against trick or treating this year, the City of Seattle has designated several Trick or Street permits for people to trick or treat within their own neighborhoods.
Columbia City resident Melinda Haughey and her husband Ryan wanted to come up with an easy way for parents to find homes in their neighborhood that are safely participating in trick-or-treating.
Their solution? Creating a community-sourced map that people can add their houses to. So far, over 1000 houses have participated.
On the map below, you’ll find which houses are planning on offering candy this year. So far, the majority of participating houses appear in Seattle.
Those interested in adding their own households can do so at mapmyhalloween.com.