Residents can get an extra hour of sleep tonight as Daylight Savings Time ends.
The change officially happens at 2 a.m., when the clocks will fall back an hour.
As always, residents are being reminded to change the batteries in smoke alarms.
The New York City Fire Department handed out smoke detectors, batteries and electronic candles Saturday.
Firefighters encourage residents to not only have working smoke detectors, but carbon monoxide detectors as well.
"A week ago here in the Bronx, three young boys were killed in a fire, and again on Wednesday in Brooklyn, we lost two seniors who lost their lives. And in both fires, there was no working smoke detector," said Fire Commissioner Salvatore Cassano. "And we find that 75 percent of the time when we have a fatal fire, there's no working smoke detector in the home."