The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch invites residents to learn more about safety while honoring the first responders of Hurricane Harvey at the Community Safety Expo: A Hometown Salute to Harvey Heroes & Volunteers. The event will include a special salute to first responders and volunteers.
Learn what you need to know about drugs to help keep you and your family safe at the next Watch Talk Wednesday presentation. Deputy Jon Rascoe, Deputy Kellie Christiansen and Deputy Stephanie Coroiescu of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office will discuss awareness of current drug activity, trends, dangers, prevention tips and more.
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National Night Out is the perfect opportunity for residents to not only have some fun with neighbors, but to also make a difference in the community. The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch encourages community members to collect nonperishable food items during their creatively themed National Night Out party.
Support Interfaith of The Woodlands by collecting nonperishable items at your National Night Out neighborhood party! Please make sure you mention National Night Out when giving your donation. Together, we can make a difference to alleviate hunger in South Montgomery County!
- Drop Off: Collected items can be dropped off at Interfaith of The Woodlands October 9-13, 2017 from 8 am-5 pm.
August is an exciting time of year as we prepare for the back-to-school season. As summer vacation wraps up, and children go back to school, plan to slow down and pay attention where kids are present, especially before and after school.
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office beat The Woodlands Fire Department 17 – 1 at the recent Boots vs. Badges Softball Game in celebration of National Night Out!
The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch encourages residents to be proactive against motor vehicle burglaries. Swing by Town Hall on August 9, 2017, for the next Watch Talk Wednesday presentation and learn valuable tips to keep you and your vehicle safe!
In celebration of National Night Out, come out and cheer on your local public safety personnel. Watch the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office and The Woodlands Fire Department battle it out at the annual Boots vs. Badges Softball Game, coordinated through The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch program. The free family fun event is something you don’t want to miss.
National Night Out in The Woodlands will feature a variety of contests and promotions to get neighborhoods involved in helping to fight crime!
Meet your neighbors.
Organize The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch on your street.
Increase the sense of belonging in your neighborhood.
Share crime prevention and safety information.
Create a neighborhood e-mail directory.
Start a tradition.
Learn about your neighborhood’s history.
Discover your neighbor’s hidden talents (line dancing, guitar playing, etc.)
Help strength our police-community partnerships.
KEEPING IT SIMPLE…
We know many neighborhoods have an informal get together for National Night Out and we’re glad that you are getting out and meeting your neighbors; taking the first step in crime prevention!
Even if it’s a small party, please remember to select “No supplies needed” or “No public safety visit needed” on your registration form so we can keep track of who’s participating.
For more information about National Night Out call 281-210-3800 or click here!
National Night Out sponsor “Ring” is offering an exclusive promotion to residents of The Woodlands for home security products.