Meet Local Police and Firefighters at Tonight’s National Night Out

Touch a truck, meet local law enforcement and play fun safety games!

Every year, law enforcement agencies across the nation team up to bridge the gap between local municipalities and the community. National Night Out first started in 1983 and is observed annually the first Tuesday of August from 6-9p.
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Locations vary for participating municipalities but all encourage the same; meeting and spending time with local police, firefighters, EMS and their vehicles. Children love this event for the up close and personal look inside several police cars, fire trucks and hands on activities at the National Night Out.

National Night Out Locations

We’ve rounded up a list of local agencies holding National Night Out activities for their community:

Owls Nest Park, 1984 Madison Road 45208

Bring your whole family down to Owls Nest Park for free family-friendly fun! You’ll enjoy food trucks, live music, bounce houses, face painters, balloon artists, carnival games, and more at the Owls Nest Family Fun Day/National Night Out.

Scene 75, 876 Ohio 28 45150

Sora’s Towing will be serving free burgers, hot dogs, water, chips and dessert at this year’s National Night Out. Adults and kids can ride the coolest train in town around the parking lot at Scene 75 in Milford.

Koenig Park, 520 W. Columbia Ave 45215

Say hi to the Reading Police Department at Koenig Park! Free food and beverages, exhibitors, child safety education, emergency vehicles and music.

Patricia Allyn Park, 7266 St Rte 48 45066

Springboro and Clearcreek residents, get ready for a party! Canine demonstrations, bike rodeo, Safety Town Village, visits from PC the Patrol Car and Sparky the Fire Dog will be alongside the Warren County Sheriffs, Ohio Highway Patrol and more.

Franklin Community Park, 301 E. 6th Street 45005

Join Franklin neighbors with activities for kids, free food and drinks, inflatables, games, crafts, K-9, SWAT vehicles, police demonstrations and safety equipment demos.

Oeder’s Lake, 1369 E US HWY 22 and 3, 45152

Inflatable obstacle courses, games, DJ, Gla’s Balloon Buddies, food trucks, Kona Ice and police demonstrations by Hamilton Police Department. Rozzi Fireworks display at dusk.

Roselawn Park, 2026 E. Seymour Ave 45237

Roselawn and Bond Hill’s National Night Out starts with a book-bag giveaway, free food, games and cornhole tournament before the evening fireworks show.

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National Night Out is a great chance to have your child meet local law enforcement and enhance the relationship between community and our community helpers. Check with your local agency to confirm their participation in the National Night Out, August 2 from 6-9p, all across America.


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