Looking to find out when your city will be holding Trick or Treat for Halloween this year? We've got your answers.

There was a lot of questions about if trick or treating would even be a thing this year due to the pandemic. Most areas have decided to hold normal trick or treat times on Halloween, but are advising people to follow the CDC guidelines for a safe Halloween. If everyone follows the the guidelines laid out by the CDC, this will be a very different Halloween.

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I guess that shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone thought, this whole year has been very different. The biggest change that the CDC recommends is to not hand out candy at your door to trick or treaters.

Participating in one-way trick-or-treating where individually wrapped goodie bags are lined up for families to grab and go while continuing to social distance (such as at the end of a driveway or at the edge of a yard)

I honestly don't think many people will be abiding by the CDC guidelines, but I hope that anyone handing out candy is at least wearing gloves and masks. If you are going to get out and trick or treat this Halloween, you can find the times laid out by your city below. Remember that the City of Flint is hosting many smaller celebrations around the city in addition to trick or treating. You can find information about the Flint Fall Harvest Festival here.


  • Birch Run - 5 pm until 7 pm
  • Burton - 5 pm until 7:30 pm
  • Clayton Township - 5 pm until 8 pm
  • Clio - 5 pm until 8 pm
  • Davison - 6 pm until 8 pm
  • Fenton Township - 6 pm until 8 pm
  • Flint - 4:30 pm until 7 pm
  • Flushing - 6 pm until 8 pm
  • Frankenmuth - 6 pm until 7:30 pm
  • Goodrich - 6 pm until 7:30 pm
  • Grand Blanc - 6 pm until 8 pm
  • Grand Blanc Township - 6 pm until 8 pm
  • Linden - 5:30 pm until 7:30 pm
  • Lapeer - 6 pm until 8 pm
  • Montrose - No set hours
  • Mt. Morris - 6 pm until 8 pm
  • Mt. Morris Township - 5 pm until 8 pm
  • Owosso - 6 pm until 8 pm
  • Richfield Township - 6 pm until 8 pm
  • Saginaw and Saginaw Township - 6 pm until 8pm
  • Swartz Creek - 6 pm until 8 pm
  • Vienna Township - 5 pm until 8 pm

It's important that everyone remember that just because we are dealing with all of the issues brought on by the pandemic, we still need to be safe in other ways too. Remember to make sure kids have some sort of bright colored marker or flashlight while trick or treating so cars can see them. Also remember to check the candy your kids get before letting them get into it.

Checking it may also involve eating anywhere between 3 and 37 pieces of candy that you like.


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