National Night Out strengthens neighbor-to-neighbor connections and police-community partnerships. Held on the first Tuesday in August, this annual event brings together communities across the nation, and involves citizens, law enforcement agencies, civic groups, businesses, neighborhood organizations, and local officials. In 2017, 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, please participate this year. We now have a handy guide to help you plan the perfect National Night Out Party.
Registration is EASY, FREE and REQUIRED.
We are here to help!
Registration is required for all parties, including permitted events involving street closures. By registering, we count you in Shoreline's official Night Out Crime Prevention efforts and map your event. Whether you hold your event on the official Night Out evening or you choose a different date, these simple steps will make your registration process quick and easy.
- Fill out the form below or print the National Night Out Registration Form and bring it to City Hall, Community Services Department, 2nd floor.
- A permit is usually required if you hold an activity in the street or close the street. The permit application for street closure on NNO is available online. Contact City of Shoreline Permit Services at (206) 801-2500 regarding requirements.
Registration and permit applications must be received by Tuesday, July 24 for August 7 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.