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Join Us in Celebrating National Night Out

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Join us in celebrating National Night Out! The event will take place on Tuesday, October 3rd, 2023 at Holland Park behind City Hall on Church Street from 4:30 – 7:30pm.

Eastern Sierra law enforcement and first responders are continuing the annual community building campaign by hosting the event in Bishop. National Night Out is a longstanding community policing event that encourages positive relationships between first responders and the communities they serve. Everyone is invited to enjoy a hamburger or hot dog, music, and games, as well as displays from their local emergency responders.

Representatives from several agencies will be participating, including the Bishop Police Department, Inyo County Sheriff’s Office, Inyo County Probation, Inyo County Office of Emergency Services, Mammoth Lakes Police Department, the California Highway Patrol, the Bishop Fire Department, Cal Fire California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, the US Department of Forest Service, the US Bureau of Land Management, Inyo County Child Protective Services, the City of Bishop, Crossroads Recovery Center, and Eastern Sierra Lawmen.

Started in August of 1984 through National Association of Town Watch, the first event involved 2.5 million people across 400 communities in 23 states. Today, National Night Out provides an opportunity for first responders and neighbors to come together under positive circumstances and have some fun.

Now in its 40th year, 16 thousand communities in all 50 states, territories and United
States military bases participate in the event.  This is Bishop’s fifth year participating in National Night Out and has become a tradition both first responders and the community look forward to.

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