The 28th Annual Night Out Against Crime event will be Tuesday evening, Aug. 7.
Seattle residents can get free permits to close off their street for these block parties that provide neighbors a chance to get to know each other, heighten crime prevention awareness, build support for anti-crime efforts and promote unity.
There are at least two Eastlake events that I know of, both on Franklin E.:
- Between E. Lynn and E. Louisa streets
- Between E. Roanoke and E. Edgar
Are you planning a Night Out block party in Eastlake? Let me know in the comments below or email me at email@example.com.
For more information on the event, including instructions on how to register your event, go to the Seattle Police Department's website.