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Don't Miss National Night Out August 7th!

07/26/2018

Clayton Police Invite You to Get to Know Your Neighbors 

National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community. It's a great opportunity to bring police and neighbors together and have a little fun! 

Where: Town Square, 110 W. Main Street in Downtown Clayton

When: Tues, Aug 7, 6-9 p.m.

  • K-9 Demo w/ Officer Brantley and K9 Abel
  • Bounce House
  • Dunk Tank – Dunk the Chief!
  • Free Food – Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Chips, Drinks courtesy Lowe's Foods 
  • Clayton Fire Truck
  • Johnston County EMS
  • Games
  • Prizes
  • Music
  • Impaired Driving Demo with Golf Cart – DWI Experience (Drunk Goggles)
  • Face Painting

 

Watch 4 Me NC – This is also our Kick-Off Event for this NEW safety initiative!

Each year, about  3,000 pedestrians and 850 bicyclists are hit by cars on North Carolina Streets. Watch for Me NC is a comprehensive program, run by the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) in partnership with local communities, aimed at reducing the number of pedestrians and bicyclists hit and injured in crashes with vehicles.

The Watch for Me NC program involves two key elements: 1) safety and educational messages directed toward drivers, pedestrians and bicyclists, and 2) high visibility enforcement efforts by area police to reduce violations of traffic safety laws. Local programs are typically led by municipal, county, or regional government staff with the involvement of many others, including pedestrian and bicycle advocates, city planners, law enforcement agencies, engineers, public health professionals, elected officials, school administrators, and others.The Watch for Me NC program, which started with a pilot program in Wake, Durham, and Orange counties in 2012, each year invites communities across North Carolina to become partner communities. As part of that effort, partner communities receive additional support and training from NCDOT. All North Carolina communities are encouraged to use Watch for Me NC matericCLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON WATCH 4 ME! als to improve pedestrian and bicyclist safety

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