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Antioch Police Celebrate Halloween

Every year, the Antioch Police Department comes together to celebrate Halloween in a safe, spooky and fun way. What started as a simple event designed to provide community members with a safe and fun way to celebrate, has turned into a spooktacular Halloween evening. 

What To Expect

Every Halloween, the Antioch Police Department, located at 300 L. Street, in Antioch CA, convert part of the police station into a haunted house.  The spooky experience is designed by Antioch police officers, staff and their families on weekends and after-hours. For the public, doors open and people are invited in for frights, laughs and the allure of candy and treats and the end.

The haunted house is family-friendy and set up in a way where most people can enjoy.  Little kids and big kids alike can appreciate the time, scares and tricks you might come across inside the haunted house.   The event also has trick-or-treating opportunities for children as well -which means at the end of the evening, everyone goes home with expected Halloween goodies and many memories. 

Antioch Police Department - Halloween Event

Halloween with Antioch PD

One aspect that makes this Haunted House, and spooktacular evening so special is that local police officers, staff and their families come together to put on the event.  Halloween should be an evening where young children enjoy the fantasy and play that comes with costumes, unexpected tricks, and fun treats.  The police department makes sure that each family has the opportunity to celebrate safely.  Antioch PD brings the festivities and fun of the holiday together in a way that also celebrates the community.

Antioch Police Department - Trick-or-Treat

Where to Celebrate Halloween

This free community-based Trick or Treat Event is open to the public on Halloween.  From 3:30 pm – to 6 p.m. families can stop by, meet officers, trick-or-treat, enjoy other Halloween activities, and enjoy a chilling experience in the haunted house.

To learn more about this event, make sure you follow the Antioch Police Department on Facebook.

For more information on the event, RSVP to the event: Trick-or-Treat with Antioch Police Department

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