National Night Out Against Crime

A message from Snohomish County Executive Dave Somers...
“This year as much as ever it’s important that we provide opportunities for the community to join with law enforcement for a night of fun and information. National Night Out is our opportunity to learn about public safety and show off the extraordinary men and women who serve us every day. Even if you come for the free food and music, the information about public safety will be useful.”

A message from Sheriff Ty Trenary...
“National Night Out is one of my favorite events because on this one night, people from all across Snohomish County – in fact, across the entire country – are meeting and connecting with law enforcement and each other to prevent crime in their neighborhoods.  To be effective in our mission to keep ‘Community First,’ the Sheriff’s Office must maintain a strong partnership with communities we serve. Together, we send a message to criminals:  we are organized and fighting back against crime and drugs.”
Join us on the first Tuesday in August and learn more about your community and your Sheriff’s Office.

2016 National Night Out Events


Here’s a list of community National Night Out events where the Sheriff’s Office will have a presence:

Willis Tucker Community Park
5 - 8 PM
6705 Puget Park Dr, Snohomish, WA 

Featuring demonstrations by our K9 Unit and the Search and Rescue Helicopter Rescue Team, as well as emergency vehicles, booths with safety tips, kids’ games and activities, live music and free hot dogs, sno-cones and corn on the cob.

Gold Bar

6:30 PM
Gold Bar Elementary School
419 Lewis Ave

A parade will head out from the school and a community celebration with food and drinks will follow.

Granite Falls
4 - 7 PM
Field next to the IGA on Granite Avenue

Featuring a bouncy house, Operation Child ID (child ID card), Marine Patrol Boat, Search and Rescue vehicles, US Forest Service Vehicles and Smokey the Bear, non-profit vendor tables, free soda and hot dogs-cooked by Chef Fire Chief Jim Haverfield, fire trucks and a fire hose demo for the kids by the Granite Falls Fire Department-getting wet will be optional.

Snohomish
6 - 8 PM
Snohomish United Methodist Church 
2200 Lake Ave, Snohomish

The Sheriff’s Office motors unit will join deputies from the Snohomish Police Department. There will also be a K-9 demonstration, live music, and free food.

Stanwood
6 - 9 PM
27225 90th Ave. NW, Stanwood, WA

The Sheriff’s Office K9 unit, search and rescue and volunteers will join deputies from the Stanwood Police Department. There will also be a bouncy house, live music, free food and face painting.

Sultan
5 - 8:30 PM
Corner of 1st and Main

Enjoy free hot dogs and soda, games and prizes, children’s activities, Search and Rescue, State Patrol, Department of Fish & Wildlife, free smoke detectors, Fire District 5, and more at the community celebration.

Links and Resources
Is your neighborhood hosting a National Night Out event?  

Neighborhood Events


Not all events may be included. If you don't see your neighborhood's celebration listed, please contact your Neighborhood Watch block captain.

City of Everett
Times and locations vary
Check the website for details

Darrington
6 - 10 PM
1015 Seeman St, Darrington


Eastmont Everett
6:30 PM
8500 Valhalla Dr, Everett


Getchell/123rd Ave

6 - 9 PM
9612 115th Ave NE, Lake Stevens

Tamaron Ranch
4 - 8 PM
14500 Admiralty Way, Lynnwood 

Windandtide Community Association Park
6 - 8 PM
Corner of Maplewood Ave & Scenic Dr, Edmonds

Wyngate
6 - 7:30 PM
The small park just east of 4121 114th Pl SE, Everett

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