Chino Hills- On August 2, many community members participated in the Chino Hills National Night Out (NNO) against crime! It’s a nationwide community event that commemorates crime and drug prevention.
The event is designed to heighten awareness and to strengthen police-community relationships. In which, will give the neighbors an opportunity to gather, get acquainted, and discuss ways you can make your neighborhood safer.
City of Chino Hills residents organized an outdoor evening activity in the neighborhood for the event. Together, they planned a neighborhood barbeque, potluck, or dessert social.
Events that were registered online received visits by the City Council Members, Deputies, Firefighters, Citizens on Patrol, and even McGruff the crime-fighting dog will be taking place.
For additional information, you may call (909) 364-2713.
Chino – Chino PD in collaboration with Target, will celebrate their 33rd annual National Night Out event on Tuesday, August 2 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. This event is celebrated with thousands of communities across the nation but this will be the eighth year that the Chino Police Department has participated in.
National Night Out is a nation-wide event designed to heighten crime prevention awareness, generate support for and participation in anti-crime programs, strengthen police-community partnerships and send a message to criminals that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back, according to the City of Chino.
Neighborhoods in the City of Chino are encouraged to participate in the National Night Out by hosting their own community event/block party. The event can include a BBQ, pool party, community walk, or another form of party. The Chino Police Department, in collaboration Target and the Chino Valley Fire Department will be visiting each neighborhood party in order to interact with community members, share information on Police and City resources, and provide giveaways.
“National Night Out is an opportunity for the members of the Chino Police Department to develop closer relationships with members of the community, as we join together to create safer neighborhoods,” said Police Chief Karen Comstock.
For additional information, please contact Olivia Applegate at 909.334.3087 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Chino – A kick-off meeting will be held on Monday, June 20 at 6:00 p.m. at the Chino Police Department, 5450 Walnut Avenue. Previous National Night Out Team Captains as well as prospective participants are encouraged to attend.
National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community
partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, better places to live.
Registration is now open for the 2016 National Night Out event taking place on Tuesday, August 2 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. If you or your community would like to participate in the event, please contact us to obtain a registration form.
If you have any questions regarding the event, would like to obtain a registration form or would like to RSVP for the kick-off meeting please contact Olivia Applegate at 909-334-3087 or email email@example.com. You can also visit the website at www.natw.org for further information.
Photo Courtesy: City of Walnut
By Bob Pacheco
Walnut – This last Tuesday was Walnut’s 30th Annual National Night Out. This event is held each year to remind the Walnut community how we can prevent crime through neighborhood involvement. It is also an opportunity to get to know local elected officials, City staff, fellow neighbors, as well as representatives from the Walnut/Diamond Bar Sheriff’s Station and Los Angeles County Fire Department.
Everyone enjoyed an evening of dancing and listening to Top 40 band, Cold Duck. A screening of Big Hero 6 followed the concert. Thanks to our City staff, volunteers, and Sheriff/Fire Department personnel for a great evening!
In the coming days, we will hold a Town Hall meeting to inform and communicate with all members of our community – especially our seniors and those with special needs – regarding the City’s safety, emergency preparedness and evacuation plan implementation in case of a disaster. Your input and participation is welcome.
As an update, we continue to work on plans to develop the new Aquatic Center, as well as assisting our
local businesses by promoting Shop in Walnut days.
Please feel free to contact me or the City staff with any other questions or concerns by calling (909) 595-7543, and be sure to follow the City of Walnut on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for the latest community news.
Photo Courtesy: Gayle Pacheco
National Night Out in Walnut
Enhancing the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bring back a true sense of community
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Eastvale – Join the City of Eastvale for a night out against crime. This is a great opportunity to get acquainted with the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, your neighbors, and the City’s Public Safety Commission.
Tues., Aug. 11, 5 to 7 p.m.
Target Parking Lot (Eastvale Gateway Shopping Center)
12471 Limonite Ave, Eastvale
- Bomb Squad
- K-9 Demonstration
- SWAT Team
- McGruff the Crime Dog
- Child Fingerprinting
- Explorer Program
- Hazardous Materials Unit
- Ladder Truck
- Free Pepper Spray Certification (18 and Older Only)
- Face Painting, Petting Zoo, Rock Wall
- Lots of Fun!
For more information about this event, call (951) 703-4415, or visit NNO.org.
You won’t want to miss this year’s National Night Out on Tuesday, August 12, 2014. It’s a great opportunity to get acquainted with the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, your neighbors, and the City’s Public Safety Commission. This is a community event with activities and opportunities to learn more about the fight against crime in your neighborhood. The event will be held at the Eastvale Gateway Target Parking lot at 12471 Limonite Ave in Eastvale. Visit http://www.NNO.org for more information.
National Night Out
Chino Hills – The fight against crime is an important issue in any city, and Chino Hills is intent on educating citizens in a unique way.
National Night Out is America’s night out against crime. Attend the kick-off meeting on Thursday, June 5, at 7 p.m.(Chino Hills City Hall, Community room, 14000 City Center Drive) to learn how to join with thousands of communities nationwide for the 31st Annual National Night Out (NNO) crime and drug prevention event that will be held on Tuesday, August 5.
National Night Out was designed to heighten awareness and to strengthen police-community relationships. It gives neighbors the opportunity to gather, get reacquainted, and discuss how to make their neighborhoods safer.
Residents are encouraged to start talking with neighbors to organize an outdoor evening activity in the neighborhood. Last year, 27 neighborhoods and over 1,250 residents participated by hosting or attending barbeques, potlucks, or dessert socials in their areas. Visits by City Council members, Sheriff’s deputies, the Chino Valley Fire District, Citizens on Patrol, and even McGruff, the crime-fighting dog, were highlights at the events.
Register your event online at www.chinohills.org/NationalNightOut no later than Wed., July 16, and receive a special neighborhood organizing kit. The City will even design and print flyers to help neighborhoods promote their events. For more information, please call the City of Chino Hills at (909) 364-2713.