From the City of Everett:

The City of Everett invites community members to participate in National Night Out Against Crime (NNO) on Tuesday, Aug. 7. This annual event brings neighbors
together to foster stronger, more vibrant communities and build better connections among residents.

“We are proud to participate in this event every year,” said Everett Police Chief Dan Templeman. “Neighbor-to-neighbor networks are a great way to improve
safety in a community, and this event also gives our officers and other staff a chance to interact directly with those we serve.”

In 1984, 400 communities in 23 states participated in National Night Out. Since then, the event has grown to more than 38 million people in approximately
16,000 communities from all 50 states, U.S. territories, Canada and military bases worldwide.

More than 10 NNO celebrations are currently planned in Everett. Once again this year, members of the Everett
Police and Fire departments, as well as Emergency Management personnel and other City teams, will travel throughout the city to participate with neighborhoods
and small block watch groups at their events.

“We encourage residents to start small by inviting a group of your neighbors to get together and learn more about each other,” said Wendy McClure, neighborhoods
and community engagement coordinator. “Something as simple as a BBQ can be very effective in building new connections, and neighbors who know each
other are more likely to look out for each other and to support each other when crime or natural disasters strike.”

North Everett Events

GROUP
TIME
LOCATION
CONTACT
Bayside Neighborhood6:30-8:30pClark Park

(2400 Lombard)

[email protected]
Delta Neighborhood & Everett Housing Authority5:30-8pWiggums Hollow Park

(2808 10th St SE)

[email protected]
Riverside Neighborhood4-8pGarfield Park

(2300 Walnut St)

[email protected]
South Everett Events
GROUPTIMELOCATIONCONTACT
South Pointe Senior Living4-6pS. Pointe Senior Living

(10330 4th Ave W)

[email protected]
Westmont/Holly & Cascade View/Twin Creeks Neighborhoods5:30-8pHorizon Elementary School

(222 W. Casino Rd)

[email protected]
Silver Lake Neighborhood5:30-7:30pHauge Homestead Park

(1819 121st St SE)
[email protected]
Lowell Civic Association5:30-7pLowell Park

(S 3rd Ave)

[email protected]
Our Savior’s Lutheran Church & Familias Unidas5-8pOur Savior’s Lutheran Church

(215 W Mukilteo Blvd)

[email protected]
Pinehurst/Beverly Park Neighborhood6-8pLions Park

(7600 Cascade Dr)

[email protected]