Huber Heights city manager Rob Schommer said it isn’t up to government to determine if neighborhoods can participate and encourages residents to do so to bring a sense of normalcy. "As far as we’re concerned as a city there’s nothing we are going to do to prohibit them from trick-or-treating.”
While Xenia hasn’t made a definitive decision, city council president Wesley Smith said that kids have suffered enough this year and hopes the city will host trick-or-treating.
Miamisburg, Clayton and Lebanon have also decided to continue with the holiday as scheduled.
Areas including Trotwood, Miami Township, Vandalia, Englewood, Moraine, Springboro, and Xenia have yet to make a decision on whether or not they will allow trick-or-treating.