Halloween Safe Night

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Halloween is approaching and it is up to each resident to decide whether you'd like to engage in Halloween activities. This Halloween, we must find a balance between protecting our residents and individual responsibility. We ask you to respect your neighbors and use extra caution.

To opt out of trick-or-treating, please turn off your porch light and consider posting this sign.

Opting in? Turn on your porch light and consider posting this inviting sign.

To learn more follow this link for more safety recommendations and downloadable signage!

Saturday, October 31, 4-6 p.m., City Hall CampusHalloween Safe Night SM-FB1

Halloween hasn’t ghosted us yet. It is still on the calendar. We are, however, still in the midst of a pandemic, so it will look a little different this year.

Plans are underway for a drive-thru event, still on the City Hall Campus, that will feature grab-n-go treat bags and some other fun surprises!

La Vista’s alternative Halloween event will take place on Saturday, October 31, 4-6 p.m. in the parking lots at City Hall and the Community Center (8116 Park View Blvd.).

Vehicles will enter the event from 81st Street off Park View Boulevard and follow directional signs. Each child will receive an extraordinary treat bag, while supplies last! Vehicles exit on westbound Park View Blvd. 

This event is open to all La Vista residents, and treats will be available while supplies last.

Thank you, sponsors!

A number of local organizations and businesses have stepped up and given donations to help fund this year's event. Thank you!

  • Optimist Club of Papillion and La Vista
  • La Vista Keno
  • Richdale/Alpine Village/Inwood apartments
  • Costco
  • Bluebird Montesorri
  • Mama's Pizza
  • Sue's Stepper-ettes
  • Serenity Dental
Halloween Safe Night Map