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Our Upcoming Events
National Night Out
Online registration for the City of Oakland’s National Night Out has now ended.
To register for National Night Out please call Brenda Ivey at (510) 238-3091 and she will register you over the phone.
Please note that you will not receive a visit from City Staff.
It's Time to Organize Your Block Party!
Tuesday, August 5, 2014 7-9pm
Oakland’s National Night Out is sponsored in part by:
Frequently Asked Questions About National Night Out
1. When is National Night Out?
National Night Out is on Tuesday, August 5, 2014 between 7:00 pm and 9:00 pm. National Night Out is always held the first Tuesday in August.
Register by clicking the link above. The deadline to register is 6:00 pm on Monday, July 28th. Register early to receive a visit from city staff.
National Night Out is the nation's night out against crime. Sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch, residents are encouraged to join with their neighbors to have a neighborhood block party, ice cream social or other outdoor event to build neighborhood spirit and unity - which is the first defense against crime. Research shows that when neighbors know each other and look out for each other crime goes down.
Never had a Block Party? Do you want new ideas for your block party? Click here for the fun and informative Block Party Guide. Use it to get the party started and have successful neighborhood parties all year long!
The City of Oakland welcomes the participation of any neighborhood or community group in National Night Out, and encourages you to utilize this event as a way to bring people together and to have fun! City of Oakland elected officials, police officers, and city employees enjoy visiting National Night Out events as a way to strengthen the ties between residents and the Oakland Police Department. This year every party will receive at least one visit from a team of city officials, police officers, or city employees, so register early!
Neighborhood Watch flyer, click here to view the flyer and learn how to start a Neighborhood Watch your block or visit www2.oaklandnet.com/neighborhoodwatch