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National Night Out

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Help us make 2020 the biggest National Night Out event in Fremont's history!

Start organizing your neighborhood to participate in the 37th Annual National Night Out. Join Fremont Police staff along with community organizations, neighborhood groups and City leaders in celebrating the 37th Annual National Night Out.

The typical way to participate in National Night Out is to organize a block or neighborhood party. Many will organize barbecues or ice cream socials where neighbors share good food, laughter and updates on what is happening in the neighborhood. National Night Out provides the opportunity for neighbors to get to know each other a little better and sends a strong message to criminals that our community will look out for each other by reporting suspicious activity in their neighborhood. Throughout the night, city staff will make visits to the registered parties where they will share information, network and answer questions that community members may have.

Registration will open soon for Fremont community members to register their parties to participate in this year's event. Check back to see this year's deadline to be considered for a visit by the Police or Fire Department. Our goal is to provide each party with one visit from city staff, but it will be dependent upon the number of parties and staff who sign up to participate.

Requests for a visit from the Fire Department must be made separately. First register your party and then contact Pam Franklin pfranklin@fremont.gov.

If you plan to block off your street for your celebration, you will need to obtain a block party permit from the City of Fremont by contacting Barbara Yee-Charlson at 510-494-4561 or byee-charlson@fremont.gov. The cost of the permit is $20.

Learn how other communities celebrate National Night Out, by visiting the National Association of Town Watch online.

City of Fremont Employees: Register to Volunteer for National Night Out. (Please note that volunteer registration is available for City of Fremont Employees Only).

If you have questions about National Night Out in Fremont, please call the Fremont Police Department’s Community Engagement Unit at 510-790-6740. #StaySafeFREMONT