National ‘Night Out’ against crime is Tuesday

by | Aug 2, 2015

The annual Night Out is coming up this Tuesday and thousands of neighbors in Seattle are planning to close off their streets to traffic so they can play and get to know each other better.

Last year, more than 1,400 events registered with Seattle Police Department.

Registration to close off your street ends at 5 p.m. Monday. You can add your event to SPD’s official Night Out map, and even request that police, fire or elected officials drop by (there’s no guarantee they’ll be able to). The Night Out website also has event flyers and street closure signs that you can print off.

Send us photos from your block party and we’ll post them the next day.

 

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