Trick or Treat on Friday, October 31st, 2014 from dusk until 11:00pm.
Police Chief Daniel Allen wants to remind the citizens of Cordell to be especially mindful of our children as they get ready to celebrate Halloween. It is an exciting time for the children as they Trick or Treat and by following a few simple rules everyone can have a safe and fun time:
Substance abuse is not unique to any one ethnic, social, or age group. Experience indicates this problem cannot be solved by law enforcement action alone, but takes active support and resources from the entire community.
The law is a deterrent, but education is our best protection. At every opportunity, we must inform the public of the problems and horrors connected with substance abuse, substance dependency, and death caused by such.
We would like to remind everyone as they set out for the holiday weekend that no use of fireworks will be allowed within the city limits of Cordell. Any person who causes a firework to be discharged will face fines and possible imprisonment. Any person who throws active fireworks from a motor vehicle may face felony charges.
Please report any use of fireworks inside city limits to us immediately. While we have seen a better share of rain this year, sparking fires with fireworks remains likely.
It is always a violation of law to use fireworks within city limits unless it is authorized by the city council or mayor for displays in city parks. This year, we will be opening the Gregory Sports Complex (airport) for personal fireworks displays. However, there are a few rules:
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