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Tips for Safe Trick-or-Treating













Happy Halloween from your friends at Richardson Housing Group! RHG wishes you a wonderful evening full of laughter and lots of sweet treats. Here are some trick-or-treating tips to make sure everyone has a safe and fun time.

  • Skip the shoes that come with the costume and wear comfortable shoes you can easily walk in. Make sure laces are double-tied, so you don’t accidentally trip and fall in the dark.
  • Make sure the kids walk, and don’t run, from house to house. Keep kids close at hand to make sure they don’t dart across the street without looking both ways. Children should always walk on sidewalks or on far edge of the roadway facing traffic.
  • Every person in your trick-or-treating party, big and small, should carry their own flashlight to illuminate their path.
  • Make sure costumes are bright and reflective. If your child is dressed as a zombie, witch, or other dark and spooky creature, affix reflective strips of tape to their costume and on their shoes.
  • Only trick-or-treat in your own neighborhood or neighborhoods you are familiar with. Review the route beforehand so no one gets lost or confused along the way.
  • When you get home, check your children’s candy before they dig in. Make sure all candy is unopened and undamaged, and toss any homemade treats your kids may have received.

Richardson Housing Group (RHG Homes) builds new homes in Atlanta.  For more information on our new home communities in Gwinnett, Jackson, and DeKalb Counties, including available homes, photos, floorplans, and more, visit us online at  To keep up-to-date on the latest news and offerings by RHG Homes, check us out on Facebook at You can also catch up with us on Twitter and see footage of our beautiful new homes and communities on YouTube!


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