On Tuesday, August 4, from 5:00 P.M. to 10:00 P.M., City officials will partner with Alexandria Police to celebrate the 32nd Annual National Night Out. The special celebration is part of a nationwide crime and drug prevention effort sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch (NATW).
To heighten awareness of crime prevention, residents in more than 30 Alexandria neighborhoods will turn on their porch lights, host neighborhood cook-outs and sponsor block parties in support of National Night Out. Mayor William D. Euille, City Manager Mark Jinks, members of City Council, and Chief of Police Earl L. Cook will reaffirm the City’s commitment to fighting crime by visiting residents throughout the City.
McGruff the Crime Fighting Dog, K-9 Unit, Motor Unit, Bike Patrol, Command Bus, Armored Personnel Carrier, and the Crime Scene Mobile Lab will tour neighborhoods and offer special demonstrations.
National Night Out, a year-long community building campaign, is designed to:
- Heighten crime prevention awareness;
- Generate support for, and participation in, local anti-crime programs;
- Strengthen neighborhood spirit and law enforcement-community partnerships;
- Send a message to criminals letting them know that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back.
“National Night Out is an great opportunity for the Alexandria Police Department to strengthen our existing relationships, forge new relationships with the community, and thank the residents for their vigilance and their dedication to keeping Alexandria a safe place to live, work and visit,” says Chief Cook.
For more information on National Night Out 2015, call the Public Information Office at 703.746.6600.
2015 National Night Out Events
|Civic Association||Event Location||Time|
|ARHA||322 Tancil Court||6-8 p.m.|
|ARHA Ladrey High Rise||300 Wythe Street||6-8 p.m.|
|ARHA Jefferson Village||Jefferson Houston Field||6-8 p.m.|
|ARHA Charles Houston Recreation Center||901 Wythe Street||6-8 p.m.|
|Hume Springs||TBD||5-7 p.m.|
|Arlandria (Community Lodging)||3700 Old Dominion Blvd||6-8 p.m.|
|Lynhaven||3525 Wilson Avenue||6-8 p.m.|
|400 block East Howell Avenue||6-9 p.m.|
|Warwick Village||3301 Landover Street||5-7 p.m.|
|Del Ray Citizens Association||2701 Commonwealth Avenue||5-7:30 p.m.|
|1400 – 1600 Oakcrest Drive||7-9 p.m.|
|Lennox Place at Sunnyside Courtyard||Courtland Circle||6:30-9 p.m.|
|Taylor Run Civic Association||Angle Park/West Taylor Run||5:30-8 p.m.|
|Auburn Village Condominiums||Behind 101 East Glebe Road||6:30-8:30 p.m.|
|ARHA Sector 2||1115 Martha Custis Drive||5-7:30 p.m.|
|North Ridge Citizens Assoc||N. Overlook and S. Overlook||5:30-7:30 p.m.|
|ARHA Quaker Hill Apartments||1100 Quaker Hill Drive||6-8 p.m.|
|Clover-College Park Civic Association||Crown View at Dartmouth||5-8 p.m.|
|Lincolnia Hills||Moody Court||6:30-8:30 p.m.|
|Green House Condominiums||5300 Holmes Run Parkway||6-7:30 p.m.|
|Brent Place||375 South Reynolds Street||5-7 p.m.|
|Park Place Condominiums||2500 North Van Dorn Street||6-8 p.m.|
|Mark Center Club||5708 Merton Court||6-8 p.m.|
|Hermitage in Northern Virginia||5000 Fairbanks Avenue||5-8 p.m.|
|Place One Condominiums||Van Dorn Street/5500 Holmes Run Parkway||7-8:30 p.m.|
|Seminary Civic Association||Woods Avenue at Quaker Lane||5-8 p.m.|
|Canterbury Square||5201 Duke Street||6-8:30 p.m.|
|Stonegate Foundation||6550 Kinsey Lane||6:30-8 p.m.|
|Watergate at Landmark||211 Yoakum Parkway||6-8 p.m.|
|Wakefield/Tarlington Civic Association||4500 blk Holmes Rum Pkwy between Jordan and Jenkins||6-9 p.m.|
|Society Hill||314-316 Usher Avenue||6-8 p.m.|
|Edsall Bluff||6135 Edsall Road||7-10 p.m.|
|Fairlington Towne||2204 N. Dearing Street||6:30-8:30 p.m.|