Every Holiday gives people a reason to celebrate and this Halloween is no exception. According to the Sioux Falls Police Department, in the past, they have not had many problems that have come up on Halloween.
"New Years Eve and St. Patrick's day are a lot busier as far as that goes on Halloween. Mostly what we see are the small things, the disorderly conduct or vandalism, and for whatever reason we see an increase in the number of pumpkins thrown around and damaged for whatever reason," Sioux Falls Public Information Officer, Sam Clemens said.
Clemens says they will staff accordingly.
"We have enough guys that are going to be taking the streets and take care of all the problems and anything that may come up. But there's no need for extra staff," Clemens said.
Over at the 18th Amendment they're anticipating a big turnout this Thursday.
"We're expecting a large crowd. Around 200 to 300 people," 18th Amendment General Manager Rob Horrocks said.
They'll have a costume contest and be giving away $1,800 in prizes. They will be providing two party buses for safe rides.
"We're always trying to get rides from people and everything else, we don't support drinking and driving. We support having fun but responsibly," Horrocks said.
"On a night like Halloween where a lot of kids are going to be out and they may not be paying attention to the road, we certainly don't want any impaired drivers out," Clemens said.