With Halloween less than a day away, Mansfield officials have made the decision to stick to Oct. 31 for trick-or-treating in town.
"We're not going to seek to move it to another date," Town Manager Matthew Hart said Tuesday.
Residents who choose to go out Wednesday are urged to use caution when walking throughout town.
"We're encouraging people to use caution, not to go into neighborhoods without power and to be as careful as they can be," Hart said.
Hart went on to say if local neighborhoods elected to move Halloween celebrations to a later date, they should use their discretion in doing so.
Elsewhere in the state, New Haven, East Haven and West Haven have postponed Halloween until Nov. 7 in their shoreline communities, according to various news reports.