Reminder to drivers – Main Street will be closed to all vehicles between Madison Avenue and 7th Avenue from 2:30pm – 6:30pm on Halloween night.
Frisco invites all ghouls, goblins, witches and princesses to join us for a night of safe tricks and treats this Halloween on Main Street from Madison Avenue to 7th Avenue. Trick-or-treaters can help themselves to all the sweets they can handle at businesses up and down Main Street and in the Frisco Historic Park. Look for a “Participating in the 2021 Frisco Trick-or-Treat Street” poster hanging outside of participating Main Street businesses.
What To Expect
- New, extended hours from 3:00pm – 6:00pm: Trick-or-Treat on Main Street will be an hour longer this year to help spread people out. The event will also be earlier in the day to help make for a safer (and hopefully a bit warmer) event.
- Outdoor candy distribution: Businesses are encouraged to hand out candy outdoors in front of their business instead of indoors.
- One way pedestrian traffic: Arrows will be chalked on Main Street to help with pedestrian flow and to encourage trick-or-treaters to go up one side of the street and down the other.
- Face coverings: Face coverings are recommended for everyone 2 and older wear while attending the event.
- Physical distancing: Six feet of distance is recommended between household groups while attending the event.
Summit County Animal Shelter Halloween Dog Parade
In coordination 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 3:00pm, the parade will kick-off the afternoon’s festivities, while also raising awareness for the local Animal Shelter.
Those interested in participating are asked to gather near the corner of Main Street and Madison Avenue just before 3:00pm, the parade will end at 7th Avenue.
Registration is not required and the parade will be free for all well-behaved humans and dogs.
Costumes are strongly encouraged for both. Don’t have a costume for your dog? Stop by the Historic Park at 2:30pm, where the Animal Shelter will have a booth with a few extra available. Don’t have a dog? That’s okay too, you are still welcome to join in on the fun.
As always, all dogs will be required to be on a leash to ensure everyone has a happy “Howloween”.
For the latest info on the Halloween Dog Parade or to keep up with the Summit County Animal Shelter, check them out on Facebook.
Sunday, October 31, 2021
3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Frisco Main Street
Madison Avenue – 7th Avenue
Frisco/Copper Information Center
Business Trick-or-Treat Street Sign-Up
Frisco businesses should use the form below to sign up to participate in Trick-or-Treat on Main Street. Please email Events Manager, Nora Gilbertson with any questions.