Trick or treating started early in many commercial areas.
In Montecito Coast Village Road was transformed into Ghost Village Road.
Milpas had a big banner that read Trick or Treat on Milpas Street.
Bea Molina of the Milpas Business Association said more than 1200 children trick or treated on the street.
Many received candy and a new toothbrush.
Rene Gonzales said his kids couldn’t wait to go out. He painted his face in honor of Dia De Los Muertos or Day of the Dead to celebrate the departed faithful.
Some merchants enjoyed talking to the kids especially when the polite ones took the time to say thank you.