On Tuesday, August 7, 2012, the City of Dublin along with other communities nationwide, will participate in National Night Out in order to build camaraderie and to demonstrate its anti-crime and anti-drug stance.
Participation in National Night Out represents the pro-active involvement of Dublin's community members and their commitment to preserving the City's quality of life. The City of Dublin encourages residents and businesses to give crime and drugs a going away party on August 7 by turning on porch lights and hosting a block party or event in order to display neighborhood unity.
The City of Dublin's city officials, Departments of Police Services and Fire Services, Neighborhood Resources and California Highway Patrol will visit with local residents and businesses at registered parties between 5:00 PM and 8:30 PM. Citizens will have the opportunity to meet with local first responders and display a united front against crime and drugs.
This year two major local retailers, Ulferts Center and Hacienda Crossings, will be partnering with Dublin to present National Night Out in order to express their support of the community. They will host outdoor celebrations on August 7, complete with giveaways and refreshments.
For more information about the National Night Out program, go to www.natw.org. To register your neighborhood block party or events online, please visit www.dublin.ca.gov and visit the City's National Night Out webpage. For additional information or to request an application, please contact Laura Correa-Hernandez in Neighborhood Resources via phone, (925) 833-6686, or email, firstname.lastname@example.org. The registration deadline is August 3, 2012.