Due to coronavirus, National Night out has been postponed to October.
What is National Night Out?
National Night Out (NNO) is a community effort to reduce crime and the fear of crime in our neighborhoods through relationship-building. This annual national celebration is held the first Tuesday in August. “National Night Out is an opportunity for our officers to meet and interact with residents in a relaxed, informal way, while discussing citizen concerns and ways to prevent crime as a community,” said Commander DeAndrea of the Arvada Police Department.
Celebrate NNO in Your Neighborhood
Join Americans across the country showing support for strong communities by turning ON your porch lights to turn OFF crime. Show support for YOUR neighborhood and have a block party with your neighbors!
Get Your Block Party Permit
If you’re closing your street (or wish to have your block party in a public park), make sure to apply for a Block Party Permit.
Invite Police Officers, AFPD Firefighters, and City Council members
Invite the Arvada Police/City Council members: If you would like the Arvada Police Department/City officials to attend your block party, they will attend as available from 5 to 8:30 p.m. Submit an online request at APD Event Request.
Invite Arvada Fire: If you would like Arvada Fire to attend your block party, submit an online request at: Submit an AFPD Event Request.
- by Public Safety (Police)