Pinellas Park's Halloween Treat Trail will now be a drive-thru event for the public safety and health of the community, city officials say.
The city will be distributing 2,000 pumpkin buckets filled with treats you can trust for kids. The city says they will be following all CDC protocols during this event to make it as safe as possible.
The route starts off 94th Avenue through the little league baseball parking, through Helen Howarth Park and wraps around to the JACKPOT point (x marks the spot) at Forbes Recreation Center.
There will be Pinellas Park Police Officers along the route keeping the traffic moving and keeping everyone safe from the ghosts & ghouls wandering around on Halloween.
One bucket of candy is available per child in each car - children must be present to get candy and it will be a first come - first served distribution.
Businesses/organizations can only participate this year by dressing up & wishing the drive thru trick or treaters a Happy Halloween along the route as
well as donate pre-wrapped candy for the event.
If a business or organization wants to be a part of the treat trail and/or make a candy donation this year they can call (727-369-5746) to confirm their participation.