(Patrick D. Rosso/Boston.com/2011)
All the ghouls and goblins will be out for Halloween this year and the city of Boston wants to remind families and trick-or-treaters to have a safe holiday.
The Boston Fire Department has released a Halloween Safety Tips handout, reminding parents about safe costumes, decorations and trick-or-treating practices, ensuring every child gets plenty of candy and comes home safely.
A copy of the handout can be found here.
For more Halloween ideas from Boston.com, click here.
Boston was also recently named by Zillow the second best city to trick-or-treat in. The real estate website also named Beacon Hill, West Roxbury, Charlestown, Back Bay and the North End the top five neighborhoods in the city for scoring delicious treats.