National Night Out

National Night Out

On August 6, NYCHA staff helped celebrate National Night Out events with residents, NYPD officers, community board representatives, and elected officials in Brooklyn, the Bronx, Manhattan, and Queens. For 36 years, National Night Out has brought together residents and their local police precincts to strengthen relationships and promote safer communities. At St. Nicholas Houses in Manhattan, there was fun for all ages, including music, games, a bounce house, food, and resource tables. A mayoral proclamation was also presented to the NYPD’s Police Service Area 6 for their partnership and service to the community.

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