National Night Out

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff


In the past, the Woodinville Police Department has held a centralized event in the downtown business area.

This year on August 2, the plan is to go back to a "grass root" design, which encourages neighbors to host a gathering within their own neighborhoods.

This is designed to increase neighborhood support, heighten crime prevention awareness and bring neighbors together.

If you are interested in hosting a National Night Out (NNO) party in your neighborhood or to learn how to start a block watch/crime prevention group, contact Officer Shelia Starrett with the Woodinville Police Department at (425) 877-2279 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


On Tuesday, August 2, neighborhoods throughout Bothell are being invited to join the Bothell Police Department in celebrating National Night Out in front of the police station (18410 101st Ave. NE in downtown Bothell) from 6 to 9 p.m.

There will be crime and fire prevention information, children ID program, along with family resource booths, face painting, activities for children.

This year’s event will also feature live music by Tweety and The Tom-Cats who play a blend of rock, blues, jump swing and jazz.

Anyone interested in participating in this year’s event is asked to contact Sergeant Clint Beck at (425) 487-5102 or Officer Steve Kerzman at (425) 487-5143.


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