By CBSNewYork Team

RIVERHEAD, N.Y. (CBSNewYork)Suffolk County officials are making sure everyone has a safe Halloween this weekend.

They’re reminding trick-or-treaters to stay on sidewalks when possible and only cross the street at the corners, try to limit trick-or-treating to daylight hours and wear reflective material if you do go out at night.

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Drivers are reminded to be cautious when driving through neighborhoods.

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“Do not engage in driving under the influence, driving drunk. If you do so, be prepared to face the consequences,” Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone said.

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The police department is also enhancing patrols to prevent vandals and warning people to be on the lookout for drunk drivers.

CBSNewYork Team