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Trick and Treat, Safe and Sound – Maronda Homes

Trick and Treat - Safe and SoundTrick and Treat, Safe and Sound with Maronda Homes because Halloween Season is rapidly upon us, with many young ghost and princesses traveling through many of our Maronda Communities safety is very important for your family. Here are a couple keys to being able to have a safe a fun, scary Halloween.

Trick and Treat with Maronda HomesBefore you even head out to Trick and Treat, Safe and Sound make sure you check costumes.  Swords, knives, and similar costume accessories should be short, soft, and flexible to avoid injury. Have reflective tape on costumes and also carry a flashlight to be seen by drivers. Avoid trick-or-treating alone. Walk in groups or with a trusted adult. Look both ways before crossing the street. Use established crosswalks wherever possible and also look both ways before crossing the street. Only walk on sidewalks whenever possible, or on the far edge of the road facing traffic to stay safe. Only visit well-lit houses and don’t stop at dark houses. Enter a home only if you’re with a trusted adult and never accept rides from strangers.

Trick and Treat Safe and SoundNow it’s time to trick and treat, you finally make it out of your house.  The first thing is to  have a route planned in advanced. Mapping out your route can save you from becoming tired and also getting lost. Being that it is dark out and you can be several streets from your home, planning is always best. Make sure your shoes so comfy, I know this sounds like common sense. Some Halloween goers choose look over function and regret it in the long run. Avoid long costumes, mask and stay well lit.

Trick and Treat Safe and SoundMost importantly check your child’s candy, only eat factory wrapped candy. Halloween is a time to have fun and be whatever you want, at Maronda Homes we want to help you Build your Home, Build your Family and Build History safely. Trick and Treat, Safe and Sound at any Maronda Homes Community.


Check out Some of these Helpful Sites:

Center for Disease and Control –

Safe Kids World Wide –