The Easter Bunny returns to the Village on Saturday, March 27 on a fire engine. He plans to visit every street and briefly wave as he passes by. Unfortunately, he can't stop to meet and greet because of COVID, but he's looking forward to seeing every resident from atop the truck. The sirens will be blowing and lights will be flashing, so it should be an exciting morning! He'll head out at 9 a.m.
Neighborhood locator map
The Bunny will be using two different fire trucks to visit 22 neighborhoods throughout the Village.
Both trucks will start at the south end of the Village and work their way north in numerical order of the numbered neighborhoods. One truck will cover the Bunny Zones, the other will cover the Rabbit Routes.
The map below shows the Bunny Zones and Rabbit Routes to give an idea of the general route the fire engines will take. Not all streets are listed, but all streets will be visited.
Click the map on your street to see which Bunny Zone or Rabbit Route you are in.
East of the Earman River, there are 11 "Bunny Zones" to be visited. West of the Earman, there are 11 "Rabbit Routes" he will visit.
When the Easter Bunny leaves the fire station, the Village Facebook and Twitter pages will be updated frequently with his location to help you estimate when he will pass on your street. The first Facebook and Nextdoor posts of the day will be updated frequently. On Twitter, a new post will be created for each update.