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Roseville Area block parties Aug. 5
Many area cities support Night to Unite or National Night Out block parties the evening of Tuesday, Aug. 5. Read on to learn more about how to register your party with local public safety departments.
Roseville residents can register their block parties online at www.ci.roseville.mn.us/index.aspx?NID=1945 by Friday, July 18, in order to have your name entered into a drawing to have Outback Steakhouse cater your event on Aug. 5. The winner will be notified Monday, July 21. Once you register your party with the city, call Eureka Recycling at 612-669-2783 to sign up for a free compost bin to give away at your event. Please sign up by Aug. 1.
Additionally, on Monday, Aug. 4, the police department will host a Family Night Out in Central Park from 5-8 p.m. featuring children’s activities including inflatable rides, face painting, a magic show and animal petting zoo. The State Patrol will land its helicopter in the Ballpark. There will be a K-9 unit demo, and public safety vehicles will be on display.
For more information, call the Roseville Police Department at 651-792-7209.
Aug. 5 will soon be here, so start making plans with your neighbors for this year’s event. Event hosts are encouraged to register their event with the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office by Friday, July 18. Registered events make it possible for deputies and public safety representatives to stop by.
More information, including online event registration and event planning materials, can be found on the Sheriff’s website: www.RamseyCountySheriff.us (Night to Unite link), or by contacting Ramsey County Sheriff’s Crime Prevention Services at 651-266-7338.
This year’s event will be held from approximately 6 to 9 p.m. To register for the Night to Unite, contact Sergeant Jon Mangseth by Thursday, July 31, by calling 612-782-3366 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please leave your name, address, phone number, approximate number of people attending, when your party will begin, and if you need barricades. For more information about the event, see the city of St. Anthony website at www.ci.saint-anthony.mn.us and look under upcoming events.
On Tuesday, Aug. 5, from approximately 6-9 p.m., the St. Anthony Police Department invites Falcon Heights neighborhoods to join neighborhoods throughout Minnesota for this fun-filled evening. Register by calling 651-792-7600. Your neighborhood also has the option to choose another date for their block party. City council, police officers and the fire department can also attend your block party if you wish. A voucher for a five-gallon vanilla ice cream pail is also available upon request.