The Woodlands Township celebrates public safety partnerships with community-wide open houses
THE WOODLANDS, Texas -- The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch encourages residents to stop, drop and roll into a local fire station this summer and experience the lights and sirens of public safety equipment.
Each of the eight fire stations in The Woodlands will host a Public Safety Open House to get an up-close look at fire apparatus, rescue units and the fire station where it all happens. This is an especially good opportunity for children to learn about fire safety and meet the firefighters who help keep our neighborhoods safe. The Woodlands Fire Department will also be providing bike registration to help law enforcement when bicycles are found.
In addition, law enforcement personnel from the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Crime Prevention Unit or Harris County Constable’s Office Precinct 4 will also be present to join in the fun and help educate the community. Children of all ages are invited to visit with deputies and see a patrol vehicle. The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch will also be providing residents with all the details on the upcoming National Night Out events.
*(Offering Free Hands-Only CPR Training; training does not include certification)
For more information about The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch program and National Night Out, please visit www.thewoodlandstownship-tx.gov/neighborhoodwatch.