This year the City of Southlake is holding its National Night Out event in Town Square on Tuesday, October 4th from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Fountain Place. Kids will love getting to meet and talk to firefighters and police officers who help make their neighborhoods safer. They will also have a fun time checking out the fire trucks and police cruisers.
In 2011 the National Night Out program is celebrating 28 years of bringing neighborhoods together with local law enforcement. The City is proud to participate in this yearly event.
“Southlake DPS believes in a strong partnership with the community,” said Police Chief Rusty Daniels. “We look forward to National Night Out because it’s a great opportunity for everyone to learn more about personal and community safety.”
Alongside the police officers and the firefighters will be the City’s Department of Public Safety volunteers, the people who support the DPS personnel in emergency situations. “Day to day and when it really counts our volunteers provide needed support,” said Daniels. “I would encourage people to find out more about the volunteer groups and get involved; it only helps keep our community safer.”
The opportunity to learn more is this Tuesday evening. DPS Police officers and firefighters will be available to answer any questions that individuals or families might have along with lots of free give-a-ways for parents and their kids.
Mark your calendars now. You won’t want to miss National Night Out in Town Square!
NATIONAL NIGHT OUT
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4TH
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
SOUTHLAKE TOWN SQUARE