The city of South Fulton is gearing up for National Night Out, a national community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie. Planned for August 6, the event is a collaboration between the city’s police and fire personnel, city staff, area organizations and the local community.
“Our Police Department is committed to improving the quality of life for all,” said Police Chief Keith Meadows. “I am excited we are continuing to host this event to strengthen relationships with our residents and community members. This event is important because law enforcement and residents working together is what helps to ensure our communities are safe places to live, work and play.”
The event will include live entertainment, food and fun activities for the entire family. Resources will be available to help event attendees learn how to help make their neighborhoods safe places to live, work and play.
“This event is part of our commitment to enhancing community engagement and strengthening community support and trust,” said Mayor Bill Edwards. “We encourage all city residents and business owners to please join us in our efforts. Together we are ‘South Fulton Strong.’”
National Night Out will be held at 6385 Old National Highway from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.