The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch invites you to participate in the Village Challenge for Hands Only CPR training. The Villages with the top three percentages of residents trained will receive a donation for their scholarship fund from our program sponsors.
Residents and businesses in The Woodlands have the opportunity to learn how to be prepared for emergencies by attending The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch Emergency Preparedness Event on Saturday, June 9, 2018! Continue reading
The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch began in 1984, the mission “A sense of community, a safe community through education and partnerships”. The Watch continues to be an important element of community oriented policing and crime prevention education in our community.
Please read the following press release issued from Texas Department of Public Safety regarding the Move Over/Slow Down Law.
State law states that a driver must:
- Vacate the lane closest to the applicable vehicles stopped on the side of the road (if the road has multiple lanes traveling in the same direction) or
- Slow down to 20 mph below the speed limit. (If the speed limit is below 25 mph, the driver must slow down to 5 mph).
Drivers should only move over if they can do so safely and legally; otherwise, they should slow down.
The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch invites you to learn how dangerous it is to mix drinking and driving and/or distracted driving. Whether you are just learning to drive or you have been behind the wheel for decades, this event will benefit you. The impactful presentation, When Sean Speaks, shares the experience of a teen and his family when he received a traumatic brain injury as his vehicle crashed after a night of partying. Following the presentation, participants can learn about the laws in our state and the consequences of making poor decisions when drinking and driving.
The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch would like to invite you to attend the Blood Drive and Free Hands Only CPR Training (training does not include certificate) on May 3, 2018. Other activities include: blood pressure checks from CHI St. Luke’s and heart healthy information and giveaways from the American Heart Association.
The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch is hosting a National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Saturday, April 28, 2018 at the Township’s Town Hall front parking lot from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. The free and anonymous drop-off service will be handled by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). Liquids, needles or sharps will not be accepted at this event, only pills or patches.
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Whether you’re a newcomer to The Woodlands Township or you’ve been here awhile, questions always arise regarding the various law enforcement agencies that serve our community.
The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch is dedicated to creating a sense of community and a safe community through education and partnerships with Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, Harris County Constable’s Office, Precinct 4, The Woodlands Fire Department, other public safety agencies and you! Continue reading
Although soliciting is not illegal in The Woodlands, by following tips provided by The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch, you and your neighbors can deter solicitors from doing business in your neighborhood. Continue reading
Spring is the perfect time to get outside and connect with your neighbors! Experience the lights and sounds of public safety by hosting one of The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch’s events that focus on crime prevention and bringing neighbors together.
In partnership with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office and Harris County Constable Office Precinct 4, The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch can bring crime prevention education to you…
Host a Safety Awareness Day in your area for a chance to meet with representatives from local law enforcement, The Woodlands Fire Department and The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch. Neighbors can register bicycles, fingerprint children, receive crime prevention tips, 9-1-1 emergency information and learn more about their community.
The Dog Walker Watch is a crime awareness program that encourages dog walkers to serve as extra eyes and ears for law enforcement. Law enforcement provides educational materials on what suspicious activity is and how to report it, when to call 9-1-1 and how to be aware of your surroundings while you are out.
Read the full article – The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch Brings Neighborhoods Together – on page 24 in the March edition of The Woodlands Township Community Magazine.
To learn more about The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch or to schedule an event, please call 281-210-3800 or email email@example.com.
The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch and The Woodlands Fire Department remind residents that daylight savings time occurs this weekend and encourage families to start a new safety tradition.