Public service announcement

The Town of Milton is committed to fostering an inclusive community for people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds. This Halloween and every year, join the Treat Accessibly movement to ensure an accessible trick-or treating experience for all to enjoy.

Treat Accessibly outlines the following ways our Milton community can distribute Halloween treats in a safe and accessible way:

  • Download and print a free accessible trick-or-treating sign to place in your window or on your lawn at least one week before Halloween
  • Set up a trick-or-treating station at the end of your driveway
  • Make sure the path to your trick-or-treating station is well lit and clear of any hazards
  • Refrain from using strobe lights and high-pitched, sudden loud noises
  • Ensure pets are kept safely away from the front of your house

For more information on Treat Accessibly and how you can get involved visit:

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Carrie Beatty
Director, Strategic Communications
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