The City of Beverly Hills is hosting its annual National Night Out event with exhibits, displays and family fun. It will be held Tue., Aug. 5 from 6 to 9 p.m. on Rexford Drive in front of City Hall. This annual event allows Beverly Hills residents to come together in a fun filled social gathering to learn about their city, to meet and mingle with others, and get great benefits that our wonderful city offers the exclusive residents and guests of the famed City of Beverly Hills. This year’s activities include:
- Police Department SWAT and K-9 displays
- Fire Department display
- Campfire songs and storytelling with Library and Community Services staff
- Crime prevention information
- CPR display from Beverly Hills CPR
- Cedars Sinai health screening
- Disaster, health and safety information
- Safe-T-Proof quake cottage
- Food trucks and more!
Parking is available in the Rexford parking structure (enter from Santa Monica Boulevard) and the Crescent Drive parking structure. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
National Night Out began in 1984 as an effort to promote neighborhood camaraderie, police-community partnerships and involvement in crime prevention activities. The National Night Out program takes place annually, on the first Tuesday of August.
This is just one of the lovely community events that Beverly Hills creates to bring community together while enjoying all that the beautiful city of Beverly Hills has to offer.