You’re invited to join the nearly 38-million Americans who partake in National Night Out (NNO) each year. NNO is a cohesive effort to promote crime prevention, police-community partnerships, and neighborhood unity. Neighborhoods that organize NNO Block Parties from 6 to 9:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 3, will be eligible to compete for the annual Flower Mound Neighborhood of the Year award. Registered block parties could also receive visits from members of the Town Council, FMPD, FMFD, McGruff the Crime Dog, and more. Street barricades will be provided upon request. To register your NNO block party, please complete this form, and return it to the Flower Mound Police Department, 4150 Kirkpatrick Lane, or email it here. All block parties must be registered by Wednesday, September 27 at 5 p.m.
Once again this year, Flower Mound children in kindergarten through fifth grade, are invited to participate in a NNO poster contest. Children are encouraged to use their imaginations, and create a masterpiece that falls into the theme: Partners to Stop Crime. Encourage your little artist to think about what they can do to partner with the Flower Mound Police Department in order to make their school, neighborhood, and the Town a safer place to live. The sky is the limit!
Full contest rules and entry guidelines can be found here. All posters must be submitted with an entry form, found here, before noon on Thursday, September 28.