Easton Police Chief Allen Krajcik said Tuesday afternoon that Halloween trick-or-treating is a go for Wednesday evening.
"Things should be pretty well cleaned up by then, however parents and children should be aware of some debris (leaves/branches) on the sidewalks and should use extra caution," Krajcik said.
His announcement came in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, which left thousands of residents without power, closed roads and left debris throughout the town.
As of 4 p.m. Tuesday, over 1,000 Easton residents were still without power.
Krajcik said the police will have extra patrols on and motorists are reminded to slow down and watch out for the trick or treaters. Krajcik urged parents to check out the Center for Disease Control website for safety tips while trick or treating.