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National Night Out is Tuesday, August 6, 2019

National Night Out brings together communities and involves residents, law enforcement agencies, civic groups, businesses, neighborhood organizations, and local officials.  In 2018, more than 75 block parties were held in Shoreline. 

Whether this is already a long-standing tradition on your block, or if you have been thinking about getting to know your neighbors, we encourage you to  participate this year.  We now have a handy guide to help you plan the perfect National Night Out Party.

It's easy to participate, and we are here to help.

1) Register your event!  
Registration is required for all parties. We count you in Shoreline's official Night Out Crime Prevention efforts and map your event.  Fill out the form below whether you hold your block party on the official Night Out evening or choose a different date.  You can also print the National Night Out Registration Form and bring it to City Hall, Community Services Department, 2nd floor.

2) Are you planning to close your street? 
A permit is required if you hold an activity in the right of way or street.  You can access the permit application for street closure online.  Contact City of Shoreline Permit Services at (206) 801-2500 regarding requirements.  Note that the permit fee is waived if you have your application approved and signed by a representative of your neighborhood association.  Remember to submit your registration form as well.

Registration and permit applications must be received by Tuesday, July 23 for August 6 events. Meeting this deadline will also ensure you are in the drawing for either a police or fire crew visit, if possible.

For questions please contact, Constance Perenyi at (206) 801-2253.

 

Please correct the field(s) marked in red below:

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Event Date:

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Event Start Time:

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Event Start Time:
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Would you like to be considered for a Police visit? (depends on availability)

Would you like to be considered for a Police visit? (depends on availability)
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Would you like to be considered for a Fire visit? (registrations submitted by July 23 will be entered in a drawing)

Would you like to be considered for a Fire visit? (registrations submitted by July 23 will be entered in a drawing)
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Event Location (include address information and or 100 blocks of streets to used)

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Do you plan on closing the street?

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Do you plan on closing the street?

If you want to hold an activity in the street or close the street, a permit may be required.  For information contact City of Shoreline Permit Services at (206) 801-2500 regarding Right-of-Way Special Event Permit requirements.


 
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Neighborhood

Neighborhood
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Estimated Number of Participants

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Type of Event: (please describe)

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Organizer Information:

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Organizer Information:
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Alternate Contact:

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Alternate Contact:
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