Join Your Local National Night Out Event Tuesday, August 1st

CHARLOTTE, NC — On Tuesday, August 1st, law enforcement agencies all across the country will be hosting National Night Out events in local communities to help increase public safety and awareness.

The events are opportunities for residents to come out and mingle with neighbors, meet their local law enforcement, and get ideas on how to keep communities safe. Many of the events will feature public safety demonstrations, free food, and fun activities for the entire family.

CMPD is asking residents to leave their porch lights on from 7-10pm Tuesday in support of NNO. Chief Putney will be going around to different NNO events happening throughout the city.

The City of Charlotte says the Mayor’s Mentoring Alliance and community mentoring agencies will also be visiting the West Boulevard Neighborhood Coalition, Double Oaks, Hidden Valley and Grier Heights neighborhood associations for NNO celebrations.

Mecklenburg County DA Andrew Murray will be stopping by the following events taking place throughout the county Tuesday to answer questions and talk with residents:

  • 5-5:50 pm: Hidden Valley, 919 Tom Hunter Rd., Charlotte
  • 6-6:45 pm: Plaza-Shamrock, New Covenant ARP Church, 2541 Elkwood Circle, Charlotte (In the event of rain, they’ll move into one of the church buildings.)
  • 7:15-8 pm: Huntersville NNO at the Northcross Shopping Center, 9751 Sam Furr Rd., Huntersville

We have listed some of the other NNO events happening in local areas around Charlotte, and you can get more information by clicking here.

  • ALEXANDER COUNTY
    • Taylorsville Lion’s Club Fairgrounds: 5-9pm 170 Fairgrounds Road
  •  CHARLOTTE
    • Congresswoman Alma Adams Joins The Hidden Valley Community For NNO: 4-8pm at Tom Hunter Park, 919 tom Hunter Road, Charlotte, NC
    • EAST CHARLOTTE
      • Progress Park: 6pm 1301 Parkwood Avenue (Belmont, Optimist Park, & NoDa neighborhoods)
      • The Vine Church: 6pm 2101 Belvedere Avenue (Plaza Midwood)
  • CORNELIUS
    • Smithville Community Park: 6-8pm 19710 S. Ferry Street
  • DALLAS
    • Biggerstaff Park: 6-9pm 1303 Dallas Cherryville Highway
  • DAVIDSON
    • Ada Jenkins Center: 5-7pm 212 Gamble Street
  • GASTONIA
    • Eastridge Mall: 246 N. New Hope Road
  • HUNTERSVILLE
    • Northcross Shopping Center: 5-8pm, 9751 Sam Furr Rd.
    • Waymer Park: 5-8pm 14200 Holbrooks Rd.
    • Huntington Green: 5-8pm 12000 Tuscaloosa Rd.
  • INDIAN TRAIL
    • Chesnut Square Park: 6-9pm
  • KINGS MOUNTAIN
    • Walking Track Park: 6-9pm
  • SALISBURY
    • Parks & Recreation
      Location: 110 Old Concord Rd. (Evans Pool)
      Time: 6 to 8 p.m.
      Activities: Free Swimming

       

    • Clancy Hills Apartments
      Location: 100 Clancy St.
      Time: 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.
      Food: Popcorn, Cotton Candy
      Activities: Pirate House, Bounce House

       

    • Chestnut Hill
      Location: S. Jackson/Harrison St.
      Time: 6 to 8 p.m
      Food: Refreshments
      Activities: Games

       

    • Forest Creek-Celebration Drive
      Location: 900 Block Celebration Dr.
      Time: 4 to 6 p.m.
      Food: Hotdogs, Hamburgers and cake

       

    • Salisbury Village-Castlewood
      Location: 200 Castlewood Dr.
      Time: 5 to 7 p.m.
      Food: Pizza

       

    • Hidden Creek
      Location: 816 Courtside Dr. (The club house/pool)
      Time: 5 to 8 p.m.
      Food: Hamburgers and Hotdogs

       

    • West Ridge Village
      Location: 201 Admiral Dr.
      Time: 5 p.m.
      Food: Pizza and ice cream
      Activities: Carnival games

       

    • Laurel Pointe
      Location: 100 Laurel Pointe
      Time: 6 to 8 p.m.
      Food: Pizza or hot dogs
      Activities: Corn hole, volleyball, activities by the pool

       

    • West Square
      Location: 112 S. Fulton St.
      Time: 6 to 8 p.m.
      Food: Kabob truck

       

    • Moore’s Chapel
      Location: 500 Partee St.
      Time: 6 to 8 p.m.
      Activities: Back to School

       

    • At the Cross Ministries
      Location: 1915-1917 W. Innes St.
      Time: 6 to 8 p.m.

       

    • Brooklyn South
      Location: Corner of S. Shaver/E. Bank St.
      Time: 6 to 8 p.m.
      Food: Watermelon, Drinks

       

    • Salvation Army
      Location: 620 Bringle Ferry Rd.
      Time: 5 to 8 p.m.
      Activities: Tents and Blowups, Bible bingo and prizes

       

    • Ardis Chapel
      Location: 1940 Old Mocksville Rd.
      Time: 6 to 8 p.m.
      Activities: Ellis Fire Department

       

    • Fulton Heights
      Location: This neighborhood will be pulling a child’s wagon throughout the neighborhood and delivering ice cream in the neighborhood.
      Time: 6 to 8 p.m.

       

    • Rowan Terrace
      Location: 215 Skyline Circle
      Time: 6 to 8 p.m.
      Food: Ice cream, watermelon

       

    • Outreach Christian Ministries
      Location: 722 W. Horah St.
      Time: 6 to 8 p.m.
      Food: Hot dogs, with all the trimmings and drinks
      Activities: Old school year games (balloon toss, three-legged races, sack races, a bubble station, hula hoop relay) and other outdoor activities

       

    • Whispering Oaks
      Location: 805 Newsome Road
      Time: 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
      Food: Grilled hot dogs and side dishes
      Activities: Corn hole, Bingo

       

    • City Park
      Location: 316 Lake Drive
      Time: 6:30 to 8 p.m.

       

    • Park Avenue
      Location: 632 Park Ave.
      Time: 7:00pm to 8:30pm
      Food: Snow Cones
      Activities: Games, bounce house