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The 30th Annual National Night Out was held throughout the country Tuesday with Law Enforcement, fire, EMS, Search and Rescue and many other public safety partners hosting block parties with Neighborhood watch groups and others for the purposes of strengthening relationships between public safety and the citizens they serve. Auburn Police Department brought out their “Avoid the 7” Trailer to the Recreation Park. Cal-Star flew in their chopper to the baseball field, Placer county Public Works brought out some heavy machinery too. PG&E showed kids the dangers of downed electrical wires and Placer Museums shared the simple joy of a button and some string tuned into a toy.
Placer county Sheriff’s Department made the rounds to several block parties in the area including on e on Sunset Terrace where they brought out the HumVee and K-9 Unit and several deputies to celebrate with neighbors. Katrina lives in the neighborhood and she says they have had some vandalism on the street.
Thanks to the neighborhood watch they are learning to look out for each other and Katrina also says they have a number of seniors on the street and they want to know their neighbors so they can look for them in other ways.
The California Highway patrol also visited several block parties from Roseville, Rocklin, Loomis and Alta.