Halloween 2020 Information for Biltmore Forest
In an effort to prevent circulation of Covid-19, and following CDC and North Carolina guidelines, the Town of Biltmore Forest discourages traditional, door-to-door trick or treating this Halloween. The Town will not set up road closures along White Oak Road and Buena Vista Road this year in an effort to dissuade traditional door-to-door trick or treating. Traditional door-to-door trick-or-treating has the potential for multiple exposures and potential transmission of COVID-19.
To help encourage our community’s safety and allow a chance for children to show off their Halloween costumes, the Biltmore Forest Police Department will have a tent and table set up outside the Police Department from 5-7 p.m. on Halloween night. We welcome ghouls and goblins of all shapes and sizes to come get a pre-packaged bag of treats!
This year has been different for all of us. Halloween 2020 is another example of the changes we all must take to ensure the health and safety of our community. We appreciate your understanding and support as we all do our part to keep everyone safe!