National Night Out Day

National Night Out Day – an annually event that is aimed at promoting community partnerships with the police in neighborhood across the country. #NightOutDay

 National Night Out Day - an annually event that is aimed at promoting community partnerships with the police in neighborhood across the country. #NightOutDay

This day is held annually on the first Tuesday of August each year. In 2019, it actually fell on my birthday, August 6.

This idea is to help make camaraderie with the police and the people. To also help make neighborhoods safer too.

Maybe you can light your porch light blue for support!

Future Dates:

  • 2020 – August 4
  • 2021 – August 3
  • 2022 – August 2
  • 2023 – August 1
  • 2024 – August 6 (on my birthday again!)
  • 2025 – August 5
  • 2026 – August 4
  • 2027 – August 3
  • 2028 – August 1
  • 2029 – August 7

In Tennessee 2019

  • 51 cities
  1. Alcoa
  2. Bartlett
  3. Bedford Co.
  4. Bristol
  5. Brownsville
  6. Chattanooga
  7. Clarksville
  8. Cleveland
  9. Collierville
  10. Crossville
  11. Dyersburg
  12. East Ridge
  13. Fort Worth
  14. Franklin
  15. Gadsden
  16. Gallatin
  17. Greene Co.
  18. Grundy Co.
  19. Harrison
  20. Hermitage
  21. Hixson
  22. Jackson
  23. Johnson City
  24. Kingsport
  25. Kingston
  26. Knox Co.
  27. Knoxville
  28. La Vergne
  29. LaFollette
  30. LaVergne
  31. Lewisburg
  32. Lexington
  33. Livingston
  34. Loudon Co.
  35. Mason
  36. Memphis
  37. Millersville
  38. Murfreesboro
  39. Nashville
  40. Old Hickory
  41. Powell
  42. Rossville
  43. Savannah
  44. Sevier Co.
  45. Sevierville
  46. Spring
  47. Springfield
  48. Sweetwater
  49. Tellico Plains
  50. Westmoreland
  51. Whiteville

In Kentucky 2019

  • 19 cities
  1. Ashland
  2. Augusta
  3. Bardstown
  4. Cadiz
  5. Covington
  6. Falmouth
  7. Fort Campbell
  8. Fort Knox
  9. Fort Mitchell
  10. Frankfort
  11. Hopkinsville
  12. Knox Co.
  13. Lawrence Co.
  14. Lexington
  15. London
  16. Louisville
  17. Mount Washington
  18. St. Matthews
  19. Woodlawn Park

Learn more at natw.org

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