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Frisco Celebrates Halloween with Trick-or-Treat Street and Costumed Dog Parade

The Town of Frisco will be hosting several events in celebration of Halloween on Tuesday, October 31, 2023. Frisco’s traditional Trick-or-Treat Street returns to Frisco Main Street, and for the third year, will be joined by the Summit County Animal Shelter Halloween Dog Parade. Trick-or-Treat Street will take place on Main Street from Madison Avenue to 7th Avenue from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm, and the Halloween Dog Parade will start at 5:00 pm in the Frisco Historic Park and end at 7th Avenue. Frisco Main Street will be closed to vehicular traffic from 7th Avenue to Madison Avenue from 3:00 pm – 8:00 pm to accommodate these community Halloween activities.

Trick-or-Treat Street on Frisco Main Street on Tuesday, October 31, 2023

The community is invited to Frisco’s Main Street and Historic Park on Tuesday, October 31 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm for trick-or-treating at Historic Park and in Main Street businesses. Businesses on Main Street, Summit Boulevard, and beyond, are encouraged to sign up at to distribute candy. If your business is not on Main Street, but you would like to participate, there are a limited number of spaces available in the Historic Park on a first-come-first-serve basis. Once you have completed your participation form, email Rose Gorrell, Museum Manager, at, for information on reserving a spot in the Historic Park.

Halloween Business Decorating Contest

Frisco businesses are invited to create a festive Main Street and Historic Park for trick-or-treaters by participating in a Halloween decorating contest on Tuesday, October 31. Businesses are encouraged to decorate the inside or outside of their businesses if they are located on Main Street and must allow for at least a five-foot walkway on town sidewalks. Businesses who would like to participate that are not located on Main Street may contact Rose Gorrell, Museum Manager, at to decorate one of the historic cabins located in the Frisco Historic Park after completing the participation form on The Town of Frisco will be awarding winter prize packages for businesses with the best Halloween decorations.

Summit County Animal Shelter Halloween Dog Parade on Frisco Main Street

In partnership with this year’s Trick-or-Treat Street, the Summit County Animal Shelter will be hosting a Halloween Dog Parade on Main Street starting at 5:00 pm. The parade is intended to raise awareness of Summit County Animal Shelter and bring dog lovers from across the community together. Those interested in participating are asked to gather in the Frisco Historic Park at 4:45 pm to walk down Main Street to 7th Avenue. Registration is not required, and all well-behaved, leashed dogs, and their humans are welcome to participate in this free event. Costumes are strongly encouraged for both humans and dogs, but not required. Starting at 4:30 pm in the Frisco Historic Park, the Animal Shelter will have a booth with a few extra costumes available. Participants without dogs are welcome to join the fun as well.

Train Rides at Historic Park

The Frisco Historic Park and Museum will host train rides on a 22-foot trackless train on Main Street that will take you back to Frisco’s past. The train boards at 2nd Avenue and Main Street with free rides every 15 minutes from 5:15pm to 6:45pm.

More information about Frisco’s Halloween celebrations and businesses participation sign ups can be found at

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