Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Dunwoody's Best Neighborhood for Trick-or-Treating, Briers North off Tilly Mill

Once upon a time, a family in the Briers North Subdivision decided to add some larger-than-life decorations to their home for Halloween. A number of people stopped by to admire them and began trick-or-treating in our quiet neighborhood.

The next year, encouraged by the positive response, more families decorated their homes and wore costumes to give candy to trick-or-treaters. Even more visitors came by to trick-or-treat that Halloween.  And so the tradition grew until the number of visitors in 2004 was estimated in excess of 5,000. Halloween @ Briers North continues to bring visitors from around Georgia, as well as from outside of the state.  The community's households all contribute to the celebration: whether it is distributing candy, adding decorations, or paying for the cost of Police to direct traffic and keep everyone safe. You may even find a haunted house or two!

Trick-or-treating will be welcomed in Briers North Subdivision
from 6 pm to 8:30 pm on Wednesday, October 31, 2012.

Parking For 2012:

We have learned that North Peachtree Baptist Church at the corner of Tilly Mill and North Peachtree will not be holding a fall festival this year. The church has donated the use of the parking lot to their Explorer Scouts.  The Scouts will be raising funds by accepting donations for parking at the church parking lot. Help out the Explorer Scouts when you come to see us at Halloween.
  • TRICK-OR-TREATING IN BRIERS NORTH AT HALLOWEEN IS AT YOUR OWN RISK. This is a public event on public streets and is NOT sponsored by any association or group. Briers North assumes no liability or responsibility for visitors.

    The size of the crowds prohibits vehicle traffic. Only emergencies will be accommodated. If you must park nearby, be sure to do so legally; residents of nearby subdivisions can and will have cars towed if left on their property!

  • NO PETS ALLOWED during trick-or-treating.

  • PLEASE RESPECT THE RESIDENTS' PROPERTY. Yards are usually roped off, both for their protection and the safety of our visitors. Please do not enter fenced-off areas or enter private property without permission. Most residents do not permit trick-or-treat visitors in their homes.

  • DONATIONS ARE ACCEPTED at the entrance of Briers North Subdivision to offset the substantial cost of police and safety equipment. If you enjoy the festivities, please help us continue the tradition of keeping it safe. Resident Safety Patrols will be working with Police to help out with any issues. Look for the blue and yellow vests for help with lost children, etc.

  • LAST CALL: 8:30 PM  Police and Resident Safety Patrols will start clearing the streets at this time. No additional visitors will be let into the subdivision.  Residents will stop distributing candy by 9:00 pm and all non-residents will be asked to leave. The celebration will be over at 9:30 pm so our residents can rest.
Most of all, HAVE FUN!


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