National Night Out locations 
August 5th from 6 – 10 PM

National Night Out provides an opportunity for all community members to get to know one another and build strong networks of communication throughout neighborhoods. Last year, neighborhoods throughout the state hosted block parties, some of which included BBQ’s, games and fun for the kids and adults alike. Public Officials, Police Officers, CRIME WATCH volunteers and Firefighters from local municipalities dropped in and visited with neighbors and talked about important crime prevention.


(Kathi Hoder is not hosting National Night Out this year at her home at 531 Bel Aire Avenue.)

North-End Park
Douglas Paling
1814 Young Street

1100 Forsythe
Alice Phelps

2776 Shamrock Dr
Mike and Carrie Erwin

Garley Park – Huntley and Coolidge
John Smith & Barb

1527 Montview – Street closure
Sharon Taylor

2504 Simpson Avenue
Frank Gordon

Leisure Manor
Dave Brooks
221 Hohum Lane

408 W 2nd St
RoseAnn Dixon

Presbyterian Church – 4th St and Broadway
Margo Sutera Hood

168 Rice St
Kathy Marrow

400 Block of Burleigh – Street closure
Liz Ellis & Lauri Paulsen

Central Park Fire Association at the Fire District 2 Central Park Station off of Highway 12





Below is the most current list of National Night Out Block Parties:

914 Maple
Laura Foshaug

624 K Street
Elks Lodge

907 K Street
Channel Point Village

408 J Street
Barb George

1420 Marion Street
Denise Anderson

2641 Pacific
Kim Simera

330 Eklund
Brakeman, Goodenough, Wakefield, & Chapins

2822 Cherry
Jana Johnson

5th & L
Hoquiam United Methodist Church

Jefferson & Karr
Deanna Courts


319 Prospect (next to reservoir on College Hill)
Parker, Winkelman, and Parker, P.S.