Groups organize block parties or cookouts and are visited by local emergency services and city dignitaries. Nassau Bay Police Officers and City Staff will make their rounds to visit each registered event location.
Just as last year, we want to bring the parties back to the neighborhoods so there is a better opportunity for residents to meet those that live next to them. This also allows Police Officers and City Staff more time to spend visiting with the residents by going to each registered block party. Click the link to download a blank invitation that you can utilize to invite neighbors to your block party.
Tuesday, October 5, 2021
In your neighborhoods! All block party captains that register (online) with the Nassau Bay Police Department by Thursday, September 30th can be seen on the following map. As registrations occur, this map will be updated.
Please complete the Block Registration Form (online). Your registration information will then be submitted to the Nassau Bay Police Department. You may also visit us in-person at 1800 Space Park Drive, Suite 200 in Nassau Bay.
This year, we will ask Block Captains to pick up their "Block Captains" signs from the Police Department before National Night Out. These yard signs are to be displayed in your yard or party entrance so that your neighbors know where the party is located. You can come at any time during City Hall business hours (Monday through Thursday 7:30am to 5:30pm and Friday, 7:30am to 5:30pm) to pick up a sign. We kindly ask Block Captains to return the signs to City Hall within three (3) days, so that they may be used for the following National Night Out events.
For any questions, please call us at 281.333.4211 ext. 2212.