National Night Out 2016

NNO 2016On Tuesday, August 2, 2016, neighbors throughout Wilton Manors are being invited to join forces with thousands of communities nationwide for the “33rd Annual National Night Out Crime and Drug Prevention” event. National Night Out is co-sponsored locally by the Wilton Manors Police Department. In all, over 16,000 communities and about 38 million people worldwide are expected to participate.

National Night Out is designed to: (1) Heighten awareness against crime prevention and drug awareness; (2) Generate support for, and participation in, local anti-crime efforts; (3) strengthen police and community partnership; and (4) Send a message to criminals letting them know neighborhoods are organized, aware, and fighting back.

From 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on August 2, 2016, residents in neighborhoods throughout Wilton Manors and across the nation are asked to lock their doors, turn on outside lights and spend the evening outside with neighbors and the police. Many neighborhoods throughout Wilton Manors will be hosting a variety of special events such as block parties, park gatherings, cookouts, flashlight walks, and anti-crime rallies. The Wilton Manors Police department has always had a strong bond with its citizens and you can expect to see YOUR police department out in force.

Wilton Manors Police Chief Paul O'Connell is very involved in community events and firmly believes that any problem in our community can be solved if we work together. Chief O'Connell is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life through Citizen Participation, and maintaining high professional standards for his Officers. He believes that if citizens and the police work together, we can rid our community of drugs and crime.

National Night Out showcases the vital importance of police-community partnerships in our fight to build a safer nation, one community at a time. On August 2, 2016, we invite the citizens of Wilton Manors to join us in Giving Crime & Drugs a Going Away Party. Make sure you are signed up to take a stand against crime with us. We look forward to seeing old friends and meeting new ones in our effort to fight crime during this important night.


*EAST 6-9pm:

Josh & Carol Clark 6:30pm-?
1512 NE 28 Drive
Bring Lawn Chair & Dish to Share

Kiwanis Club of Wilton Manors 6:30pm-8pm
2749 NE 14 Ave
Hotdogs & Hamburgers provided
Bring Side Dishes

Church of the Holy Spirit (Pastor Leslie) 6pm-9pm
2040 N. Dixie Hwy
Bring Dish to Share

*CENTRAL 5:30-10pm:

C. Randall Alan 6pm-9pm
2000 NE 2 Ave
Bring Lawn Chair & Dish to Share

River Manor Condominium (Gayle Kelso) 6pm-9pm
3000 NE 5 Ter (1st Floor Clubhouse Near Pool)
Enter off NE 6 Ave
Bring Finger Foods/Snacks to Share

Armadale Section/Subdivision 6pm-9pm
NE 27 Drive Between NE 10 Ave & NE 10 Ter
Bring Lawn Chair & Dish to Share

Beaver 5:30pm-10pm
417 NE 26 Drive
Sloppy Joes, Ice, & Water provided
Bring Lawn Chair, Beverage, & Dish to Share

*WEST 6-10pm:

Steve Kavanaugh 6pm-8pm
2324 NW 7 Ave

Rita & Gary Silverman 6pm-8:30pm
509 NW 28 Street
Bring Lawn Chair & Dish to Share

Leda & Thorsten Krey 6pm-9pm
732 NW 29 Street
Bring Lawn Chair & Dish to Share

Regie Vacchiato-Vacca 6pm-9pm
664 NW 30 Court
Bring Lawn Chair & Dish to Share

Lou Heidel 6pm-10pm
(w/Joyce & Dave Goch, George De France & Steve Heal, and Manny Garcia Camacho & George Fisher)
300 NW 21 Court
Bring Lawn Chair & Dish to Share

For more information please contact:

Wilton Manors Police Department
Community Policing Officer Jennifer Bickhardt / NNO
2020 Wilton Drive
Wilton Manors, FL 33305

Phone: 954-390-2150
Fax: 954-390-2189