Safety was on the minds of Nazareth Borough Council at its monthly meeting for September.
In approving three motions, council announced that a crossing guard be added for an additional shift at the "5 Points" intersection for the third shift of school dismissals at 3:15 p.m. every day.
Council also is directing the borough engineer to correspond with PennDOT to address the feasibility of adding a crosswalk at the intersection of E. Walnut Street, Franklin Street and the Liberty and Victory Lane terminus.
Council also approved closing downtown streets to hold the annual Halloween parade at 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19.
"No parking" signs in the metered zone are not to be placed until the parking enforcement officer's final tour of the day after 4 p.m.