If you feel comfortable with your children, tweens and/or teens trick-or-treating, that says something about your city.
As Clair Thompson wrote in Grist Magazine, “…the factors that make a neighborhood ideal for trick-or-treating—walkability and pedestrian safety, a sense of mutual trust and support among residents—are the same ones usually cited as key ingredients in creating healthy, pleasant places to live.”
Read her article “What can trick-or-treaters tell you about the health of your neighborhood?” by Claire Thompson.
Also, Richard Florida, author of The Great Reset, compiled a list of the best cities for trick-or-treating. (Yes, the Twin Cities made the list.)