The signs are up for the annual Neighborhood Night Out Tuesday, Aug. 7 with 241 West Seattle neighborhood block parties set to happen between roughly 6pm and 9pm.
Night Out set for 241 West Seattle and South Park neighborhoods
The annual Night Out event Tuesday, Aug. 7 whose purpose is to familiarize neighbors with each other and help prevent crime is shaping up for 241 West Seattle, and South Park neighborhood blocks according to Seattle Police Crime Prevention Coordinator Mark Solomon. You can see our coverage of last year's event here.
Of the 241 signed up, only 21 have elected to make their party known more widely and literally put on the map.
There is still time to register your party (before 12 Noon on Aug. 7) on the SPD site here.
Those who have registered and added their party to an interactive map for the purpose are listed below:
- 3200 44th Ave. SW between Hanford and Hines 6 pm
- 4800 SW Spokane Street 5 pm
- 35th Ave SW at Spokane St. Night Out 5pm
- 3700 block of 36th Ave SW 5:30pm
- Riverside plaza, intersection of 16th Ave SW, 17th Ave SW, and Marginal PL SW 5pm
- 4700 50th Ave. SW 6pm
- SW Hudson and 40th Ave. SW 5pm
- 48th Ave SW, between Dawson and Hudson 6pm
- 5600 block of 38th Ave. SW 6pm
- 5900 block of 44th Ave. SW 6pm
- 6000 42nd Ave. SW 5pm
- 44th Ave SW just east of California Ave. SW. 6pm
- 3700 block of SW Austin Street 5:30pm
- 34th Ave between Trenton St & Cloverdale St. 5:30pm
- 9400 block of 13th Ave SW, near the corner of 13th and Cambridge 6pm
- 23rd Ave SW Between Roxbury & Cambridge 6pm
- 21st Ave SW between 98th and 100th in White Center 6pm
- 1200 block of SW Othello Street - Borders from 16th Avenue SW to 12th Avenue SW 6pm
- 37th Place SW between SW 102nd & SW 104th 6pm
- 1000 SW Portland St. 5:30pm
- 39th Street between Monroe and Elmgrove 6pm
Many neighborhoods just use the party as a way to enjoy a summer evening out, and talk with friends but others play games, have contests, and more seriously talk about crime prevention and disaster preparedness.
Solomon said, "The bottom line is, take the time to reconnect with your neighbors."