Some Halloween events of note ... and traffic notes to ensure your evening is filled with more treats than tricks!
Halloween Happenings at Scott Rakow Youth Center6:00 - 9:00 pm
Admission $5 (cash); kids 3 & under free with paying adult
Carnival games, Treats for Tots Street, Haunted House for all ages, refreshments for sale
No masks allowed for those older than 10 years old
Free shuttle parking available (From Miami Beach Senior High School, 2231 Prairie Ave from 5:45 pm to 9:30 pm)
The Lakeview neighborhood has become known for its festive Halloween tradition and, as a result, many people travel to the area to partake in the trick or treating fun. In response to safety and traffic concerns, Miami Beach Police and the City want you to be aware of the following:
Lakeview Trick or Treating
- Vehicular access (in and out) of the Lakeview neighborhood will be prohibited between the hours of 6:00 pm and 8:30 pm.
- Light towers will be strategically placed in “low light” areas with sensitivity to not adversely impact adjacent residents’ homes.
- Four dedicated parking enforcement officers will perform traffic control at key intersections.
- The Parks and Rec Department will place temporary barricades around Fisher Park to prohibit access to the park.
Halloween on Lincoln Road
50,000 residents and visitors are expected for this popular Halloween happening.
|5:00 pm||Outdoor bars open|
|5:00-8:00 pm||Children's trick or treating|
|8:00 pm||Movie at Soundscape Park: Night of the Living Dead|
|8:00-1:00 am||Live D.J.'s on Lenox, Michigan, Jefferson, and Pennsylvania Aves|
Traffic notes: Hard closures from Lincoln Lane South to Lincoln Lane North of all Lincoln Road cross streets (Pennsylvania, Meridian, Michigan, Jefferson, Lenox with a soft closure for resident and area business access (with ID or placard) and access to available parking lots and garages from 16th Street to Lincoln Lane South and from North Lincoln Lane to 17th Street. The closure is in effect from 2 pmn to 3:00 am.