The Saline County Emergency Management Department is proud to invite residents to join over 38 million neighbors across 17,000 communities from all 50 states, U.S. territories, and military bases worldwide for the inaugural Saline County National Night Out.
Scheduled for Tuesday, August 1, from 4:30 PM to 7 PM at Jerry Ivey Park, 735 E. Magnolia Rd, Salina, Kansas, this community-building campaign aims to foster strong police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer and more caring places to live and work.
Together, we are making that happen.
"We're excited to bring together a variety of departments and community partners, showcasing the multifaceted efforts that go into making our community a safe and enriching place to live," says Michelle Weis, Saline County Emergency Management Department Director. "National Night Out provides an invaluable opportunity to deepen our connections with the community we serve."
The event will include interactive opportunities from the Salina Police Department, Fire Departments, K-9 Units, Mounted Patrol, Sheriff's Office, Health Department, Red Cross, and more. These organizations will provide engaging activities, demonstrations, and educational exhibits, providing a unique opportunity for community members to interact with and learn about the work of our first responders and public health officials.
This event is free to the public, and residents of Saline County and surrounding areas are encouraged to attend.