Meadowbrook Community Council

Supporting community spirit and creating a connected environment in NE Seattle's Meadowbrook community and surrounding neighborhoods.

Night Out Event @ Alton Ave NE & NE 107th Street

Neighbors and Friends,
NIGHT OUT 2018 It is that time of the year again and we are looking forward to having everyone over for the evening.

The City of Seattle Dept of Neighborhoods has pitched in to help support our community efforts. We will have a table/information/handouts on what it means to us in an Emergency and How to Be Prepared.

In addition we are hosting a potluck (please bring a favorite item to share). We provide grills for grilling meat, fish, veggies.

We will be providing burgers (meat and/or veggie) hotdogs , fixings and beverages. Plates, cups, napkins and utensils are provided.

Everyone is welcome! We start at 6:30PM and wrap it up at 9:30PM. If you have folding or camp chairs please bring them along, too.

Check out our new Night Out website with information about our 2018 event and pictures from previous years at meadowbrookcouncil.org/nightout.

RSVP Welcome, but not necessary!!

Pam, Sam, and Dan

president@meadowbrookcouncil.org

Annual Night Out in Seattle-August 7th, 2018

Seattle Police Invites You to Register for the Annual Night Out!

Tuesday, August 7, 2018, the City of Seattle will be celebrating the annual Night Out Against Crime. Our registration link for Night Out 2018 is now active. Please go to: Night Out Registration Link

Night Out is a national crime prevention event designed to heighten crime prevention awareness, increase neighborhood support in anti-crime efforts, and unite our communities. Neighbor participation in Night Out continues to grow every year. In 2016, over 1,300 Night Out events were registered city-wide. It’s fun, it’s free and it’s a great chance to reconnect with neighbors and share information with each other while learning more about crime prevention. Getting together with your neighbors, recommitting to watch out for each other, and reaffirming you will report suspicious activity to police are ways to show you care about your community. Continue reading