Everyone thinks their neighborhood is the best for trick-or-treating. But the folks at real estate site Zillow have actually compiled a list of the best cities for scoring some ‘tricks or treats’ this Halloween.
In creating its third annual Trick-or-Treat Index, Zillow considered factors such as median home values, crime rates, population density and overall “walkability” when choosing the 20 best urban areas in which to gather candy on Monday October 31.
So how does Utica measure up? On Monday the 31st from 6-8pm, Utica welcomes trick or treating while some villages will start as early as 5:30pm. Utica homeowners will decorate their homes in Halloween style with graveyards or scary creatures lurking behind trees and bushes. Others will answer the door dressed in costumes themselves. And, of course, remember the candy.