The dangers throughout the state continue to be extreme, so Governor Christie has declared there will be no trick-or-treat on Wednesday. It will be celebrated at a later date, still yet to be determined, the governor said.
The village and borough are abiding by the governor's warning.
"With the safety of children our first priority, we are standing by the governor's directive, and the Glen Rock Police Department will be out making sure that residents do the same," the Borough of Glen Rock wrote in a statement Tuesday.
"We urge parents to keep their children at home over the next couple of days," Ridgewood Mayor Paul Aronsohn added. "That includes no outdoor Halloween activities on Tuesday or Wednesday."
Aronsohn did not know when it might be rescheduled.
Goosey Night on Tuesday is also prohibited in both towns.
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