SARASOTA COUNTY, FL. – The Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office is pleased to announce its second annual Halloween Drive-Thru event on Saturday, October 30 at the agency’s headquarters in Sarasota.

The program was created last year as a safe alternative to trick-or-treat in response to concerns surrounding COVID-19. Staff held static displays in the parking lot at the agency’s headquarters, handing out around 80,000 candies to over 1,100 attendees.

After its immense success, the event will be held for the second year in a row.

The Halloween Drive-Thru will take place from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at 6010 Cattleridge Boulevard. Participants will be invited to enter Cattleridge Boulevard between Arby’s Restaurant and BP Convenience Store, before heading north towards the event.

To streamline traffic, drivers will enter the north parking lot on two lanes and follow the instructions of the traffic unit assistants.

As this is a drive-through program, there will be no on-site parking and all participants are kindly requested to stay in their cars. For the convenience of attendees, any sweets that will be disturbed have been individually wrapped by staff wearing both masks and gloves.

“We received excellent feedback from our community following last year’s event,” said Sheriff Kurt A. Hoffman. “This is why we have decided to reopen this event to the residents we serve. Not only do we get the kids out of the house, but we do so in a safe manner while building relationships and showcasing the great work of our staff and specialized units.

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