If you are a Block Watch Captain you are probably already planning your event. If your street/immediate neighborhood doesn’t have a Block Watch Captain – please volunteer to take on this role. Then invite your neighbors to join you for a night out on Tuesday, August 1.
To Organize Your Night Out Event:
- Register to have your street closed from 6-10 PM on August 1 go to:
You can also use this same link to put your event on the map and download materials about National Night Out (NNO) to share with your neighbors.
- And for current captains and new captains, if you haven’t already, please register as a Block Watch Captain via this link:
(Sorry about all these links.)
National Night Out is a great time to socialize with your long time neighbors and meet your new neighbors. If you want to apply for financial support for your neighborhood picnic, please email your request to Carol Cordy at email@example.com and the Montlake Community Club can reimburse you up to $75.00.
Knowing your neighbors makes your neighborhood safer. The first National Night Out in 1984 involved 2.5 million neighbors in 400 communities. Last year NNO involved 38 million in 1600 communities. If you want to learn more about the history of NNO go to https://natw.org/