Residents asked to Consider Postponing Halloween in Lower Providence
The township is asking residents to postpone Halloween until Nov. 2.
Lower Providence Township sent out an update about this year’s Halloween via its alert system:
Hello, this is Lower Providence Township calling concerning Halloween activities for this evening. The Lower Providence Township Board of Supervisors has determined that parents consider postponing Trick or Treating for their children until Friday evening, November 2, 2012, in light of the current conditions in many neighborhoods that continue to experience power outages, low hanging tree limbs and trees on wires. We encourage parents to exercise their best judgment and discretion. The primary concern of Lower Providence Township is the health, safety and welfare of our residents. Thank you and goodbye.
Residents can also see more updates via the Lower Providence Township Facebook page.
Around the County:
According to a tweet by the Montgomery County Department of Public Safety, these other municipalities that are postponing their Halloween Trick or Treating until Nov. 3:
- Lower Moreland
- Upper Dublin
- East Norriton
- West Norriton
Upper Moreland Township also sent out an alert late this morning asking residents to postpone their Trick or Treating until Saturday evening, as well. While Patch reports that Ambler Borough has also postponed its Halloween until Friday, Nov. 2.