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Friday, October 30 from 6 PM – 8 PM
Civic Center Parking Lot, 5275 Orange Avenue
Join the City of Cypress for a drive through our very own Halloween Town! Have a frightfully good time looking at our Halloween décor and take the fun home with you in your very own Halloween-in-a-Bag filled with crafts, candy, and more while supplies last. Costumes encouraged!
A Drive Through Halloween Town will include an array of decorations and take home activities, while supplies last. Booth hosts include the Cypress Police Department.
- Designate a responsible driver. There are no scares, but Halloween festivities may be distracting for some. Good driving is essential for the safety or your family, our guests, and staff.
- The number of passengers must not exceed the number of safety belts/car seats in your vehicle.
- Guests may enter the City Hall parking lot from Orange Avenue (right turn only) or Grindlay Street. Guests will exit on Grindlay Street (right turn only).
- Patrons must stay in their vehicles throughout the event. If guests are wearing masks and feel comfortable, they may roll down their windows to better enjoy the experience. Guidelines may vary or change depending on local restrictions.
- Plan for the occasion – Dress up, decorate your car, and have fun!
Our events would not be possible without the kindness and generosity of our community.
Sponsorship entries required by Friday, October 23
Interested in sponsoring this event? Contact Lauren Parga at [email protected] or 714-229-6780.
To learn more about the City of Cypress’s Drive Through Halloween Town, please contact the Cypress Recreation & Community Services email [email protected] or call 714-229-6780.
Visit the City of Cypress Virtual Recreation Center for more Halloween Activities
COVID Update: For the health and safety of our guests, this event may be canceled or postponed. Masks, social distancing, and other guidelines provided by the state or county may also be required at the time of the event.
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