Duluth’s City Hall-oween is back!
The City of Duluth will be celebrating a spectacular Hall-oween at City Hall. Families are invited to come to City Hall for trick-or-treating on Halloween on Monday, October 31 from 3:00 – 4:00 pm. It’s the first Hall-oween since the start of the pandemic.
City officials say the Hall-oween event was created as a safe place for children to come in costume and trick-or-treat with each department housed in City Hall.
There are some guidelines for Halloween costumes in City Hall:
- No masks or items that can hide your face/identity.
- No violent or offensive costumes.
- No gang references or horror characters.
- No weapons.
- No costumes that demean race, religion, nationality, gender or handicap conditions.
It was started in 2019 as a way to welcome City staff to participate in decorating their work spaces, City Hall, and invite their families, as well as families from the public, to trick-or-treat at City Hall.