National Night Out/Bartlett Night Out

Due to COVID-19, Bartlett Night Out has been CANCELED for 2020. 

***Please continue to show your support for neighborhood unity and awareness by turning on your porch lights the night of October 6th. ***

This year, residents of Bartlett will again have two opportunities to "Give Neighborhood Crime and Drugs a Going Away Party"!

The City of Bartlett will recognize National Night Out on the first Tuesday in August with porch light vigils or neighbor meet-and-greets throughout the community. Crime prevention and neighborhood watch are year-long activities. We celebrate that one night to recognize this and to re-energize our neighborhoods.

On the first Tuesday in October the City of Bartlett will host Bartlett Night Out. Since October is Crime Prevention Month, we are asking neighborhoods to organize events such as block parties, carnivals, flashlight walks, youth programs, and visits from local police and fire departments. Bartlett Night Out is an opportunity for our citizens to send a message about neighborhood unity, awareness, safety, and police-community partnerships. Don't forget – we'll observe National Night Out on the first Tuesday in August, and we'll hold our Bartlett Night Out celebrations on the first Tuesday in October. Mark your calendars and start making plans now, so we can have the best year ever!

If you would like to schedule a BNO event or if you have any questions, please email Lt. Jeremy Springer or email Lori Minch.

Neighborhood Watch works!