The City of Douglas along with local public safety organizations and community partners invite everyone to join in the fun during National Night Out on Tuesday, August 1, 2017 4pm – 9pm at Central Square Complex.
“We are happy to be hosting this national event,” says Police Chief Gary Casteloes. “Positive initiatives like National Night Out will allow public safety and the community to work together to create a more compassionate and secure community for everyone.”
The National Night Out Against Crime will also include the Summer Beach Bash which was postponed in June due to inclement weather. Activities will take place in the vacant lot next to City Hall. A free concert featuring gospel rapper "B-Shoc" will begin at 6:30pm at Central Square Complex. Douglas Police Department will push initiative such as "Lights On, Means Lights Out For Crime" and provide National Child Identification kits. Attendees can register for drawings for 4 free tablets (2 Girls/2 Boys) as well as a free pizza party valued at $250 for the Church youth group with the most concert attendees. Back to School supplies will be given away to the first 180 concert attendees. Vendors, bouncy houses, waterslides, hula hoop contest, pony rides, music, and other summer activities for all to come out and enjoy!
National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. National sponsors are NATW, Dietz and Watson, ADT, Kings Hawaiian, Associa, and Ring. Locally, our community partners include: Douglas Rotary Club, McRae Coca-Cola, Broadcast South, LLC, Coffee Chrysler, Papa John's Pizza, ESG Operations, First National Bank of Coffee County, Douglas Floral and Gifts, Red Brick Farm, Premium Peanut, FNB South, Walmart Store, Walmart DC 6010, and the City of Douglas. For more information, please contact the Customer Care Center at 912-384-3302 or dial 311.
National Night Out Against Crime Flyer
National Night Out Against Crime Promotional Video