Listen: Ashley Downton with the City of Rancho Cordova and Shelly Blanchard with The Cordova Community Council.
The City of Rancho Cordova and Cordova Community Council have been finding creative ways to support residents and businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. In-person events have been transformed into drive-in events, being safety conscious without skimping on the fun factor. Now, even Rancho Cordova’s scary zombies have pivoted from traditional Halloween events to drive-thru! For the first time, the city hosts a drive-thru trick-or-treating experience for Rancho Cordova families on Wednesday, October 28 from 4 – 6 PM! Families will enjoy driving through a route around Rancho Cordova City Hall featuring family-friendly Halloween surprises designed by every city department from Building & Safety to Police.
For older kids and adutls, Rancho Cordova’s popular Heartstoppers Haunted House returns October 29-31, with a safe and fun event! Heartstoppers has cooked up a drive-thru experience featuring zombie laser tag where visitors will blast spooky targets from the safety of their vehicle, as well as a Trick-or-Treat Street, build challenges, live music, dinner from food trucks, and more. You must make reservations and get tickets in advance: https://heartstoppershaunt.com/