FARMINGTON, N.M. (KRQE) – Since health experts say families should avoid trick or treating this year, the Farmington Police Department will bring the candy to them. Starting Wednesday, Oct. 28 through next Wednesday, Nov. 4, officers will be doing reverse trick-or-treating delivering goodie bags while out on patrol.
To participate, have your child decorate a pumpkin and hang in on your door. Residents in more rural areas can also drop it off at the police department lobby on 900 Municipal Drive.
This map shows locations of COVID-19 safe Halloween activities around New Mexico
- ‘Grimm Brothers’ Fairy Tales Outdoor Home Tour
- Haunted Outdoor Home Tour
- Virtual Youth Halloween Costume Parade
- Electric Playhouse ‘Frightening Fall Feast’
- Spooktacular Drive-Thru
- Spooky Movies in The Lot
- New Mexico Slaughterhouse Attraction
- McCall’s Pumpkin Patch
- Dragon’s House of Horrors, Mile of Terror
- New Mexico Group Costume Contest
- Howl-O-Ween Days
- Trunk or Treat