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2019 National Night Out Events Around Town

Pooja Salhotra
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National Night Out in Nottingham Forest VIII

Pictured, enjoying National Night Out 2018 are Officers Stevens and Parkerson with Nottingham Forest VIII kids (from left) Zac Haine, Jacob Anderson, Sam Haine, Mika Ehren, Julia Romay, William Romay, Ethan McLawhon, Gus Haine, Morgan Murphy and Sam Servat.

Every year on the first Tuesday of August – or the first Tuesday in October in the case of Texas – communities across the country celebrate National Night Out, promoting police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie. To celebrate, neighborhoods host block parties, festivals and cookouts with visits from emergency personnel and police officers. The goal of the event is to increase awareness of police programs, enhance police-community relations, and, ultimately to make our neighborhoods safer. Here we’ve gathered a list of Buzz-area events for National Night Out. 

Join your neighbors and the Bellaire Police Department on Oct. 1 as we work towards building a safer community through National Night Out. Knowing your neighbors and surroundings is a great crime-fighting tool. If you live in the City of Bellaire and would like to be a block captain, please call 713-662-8103 or email [email protected] for additional information.

West University
National Night Out will be held on Oct. 1, 2019 from 5-8 p.m. Any resident who is interested in hosting an event can register here or contact Officer K. Wilson at the West University Place Police Department: 713-668-0330 or [email protected]

Southside Place 
Southside Place will host their annual National Night Out on Sunday, Oct. 20, 2019. Additional information about the locations of block parties will be posted on the city website.  

National Night Out in Bellaire 2018

Neighbors from the 5400 and 5500 blocks of Jessamine, Aspen, Huisache, Grand Lake and Evergreen celebrated National Night Out 2018 in the parking lot of Prosperity Bank. Pictured are (from left) Nicole, Chris and Emma Miller, Zak, Layth and Sara Patel, Jean, Cormac, Carmella and Keenan Hawney, Caroline and Rania Meade, Buzz Darilek, Ezra Charles, Mia Kromer, Larry Hernandez, Chief Holloway, Rhonda Hernandez, Greg Spiller and Becky Tullos. (Photo: Karen Vine Fuller)

Spring Valley
Join the Spring Valley Village Police Department in celebrating National Night Out on Oct. 1, 6-9 p.m. Contact Officer Robert Moore at [email protected] if you plan to host a block party, as officers would like to make an appearance at each event. This evening is a great opportunity for citizens and law enforcement to stand together against crime.

Memorial Villages 
Memorial Villages celebrates National Night Out on Oct. 1, 6 p.m.-8 p.m. Register your block party by contacting Officer Frank Lema at 713-365-3700 or [email protected] and MVPD will come to you.

River Oaks 
The River Oaks United Methodist Church and the River Oaks Police Department will hold a joint Community Night Out Event in the Church parking lot at 4800 Ohio Garden Rd. on Tuesday, Oct. 1, 6-8 p.m. 

The City of Houston joins National Night Out on Oct. 1, 6-9 p.m. Check out the website for a list of Houston Police Department division coordinators. 

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