League City does not have any rules or ordinances regarding trick-or-treating, but advises parents to check with their HOA or subdivision to see if there are any restrictions in their neighborhood. The League City Police Department encourages parents to check out the Safe Kids website and video below for tips to keep the kids safe while trick-or-treating.
Oct 30 Trick-or-Treating Along Walker Street
This year, Halloween falls on a Sunday, but on Saturday, October 30 League City is hosting a safe, trick-or-treat walk along Walker Street in front of City facilities. Starting at 5:30 p.m., children, adults, and pets on a leash will be allowed to walk down Walker Street from the League City Public Safety Building to the League City Animal Care and Adoption Center—visiting tents and booths along the way to collect treats, prizes, and candy. League City departments have challenged each other to see who can have the best tent, costumes, treats, games, and activities. Vote for your favorite and then end the night at the League City Animal Care and Adoption Center for Day of the Dog (and cat!) activities until 8 p.m. (including human and pet costume contests).
Families are encouraged to carpool and park in the library, city hall, and civic center parking lots along Walker Street (overflow parking will be in the field across the street). Starting at 5:30 Walker Street will be closed from the Public Safety Building to the Animal Adoption Center.