For the 17th year, neighbors across Tigard are planning National Night Out (NNO) parties on Tuesday, August 6th to build stronger, more cohesive neighborhoods. Every year, NNO is celebrated internationally on the first Tuesday of August. NNO’s goals are for neighbors to get to know each other, become invested in their shared space and work together to make neighborhoods more crime resistant.
Get Involved with Your Neighbors
Residents are encouraged to host a function that brings neighbors together out of their homes and onto the street—whether that’s a block party, cookout or an ice cream social. Be creative and do something that will be fun and celebratory!
Register Your Event!
Representatives from Tigard neighborhoods are encouraged to register their NNO parties with the Tigard Police Department before Wednesday, July 24 using this registration form. Police officers, including the Chief of Police and command staff, will do their best to visit as many events as possible. However, their ability to do so is contingent on staffing levels, the number of parties and calls for service on the day of the event.
Nationally more than 38 million people took part last year alone in more than 16,000 communities across the country. In Tigard and many other communities, National Night Out has grown into a community-building event that connects neighbors and makes their neighborhoods safer.
|Register before July 24 for National Night Out
Complete the registration information and return it to the Tigard Police Department. Registering helps police and fire personnel visit your neighborhood celebration.
For planning assistance, email askTigardPolice@tigard-or.gov call 503-718-2814 during normal business hours.