CHANTILLY, Va. — September 13, 2023 — Associa Community Management Corporation (CMC) to promote neighborhood solidarity, resident safety, and police-community partnerships. More than 250 residents and neighbors attended the event, which featured a special appearance by Scout the Safety Dog, giveaways, food and drinks, games, and a visit from the Prince William County Police and Fire Departments.
Associa and Scout the Safety Dog joined the Prince William County Police Department to help
As the community management industry’s sole national sponsor of NNO, Associa works closely with its respective community partners through Associa Supports Kids (ASK), a community outreach program, to educate parents and children on the importance of neighborhood safety. Tens of thousands of ASK giveaway items are provided annually to NNO event attendees who attend both Associa-managed and non-Associa-managed community safety events.
NNO traditionally takes place on the first Tuesday in August throughout all 50 U.S. states, territories, and on military bases worldwide. Texas and other selected regions celebrate the first Tuesday in October for heat-related reasons. Associa sponsored a total of 104 events in August and looks forward to working with many more communities on Tuesday, October 3, as part of Texas’ NNO. The goal of all the programs is to promote neighborhood camaraderie and inclusiveness and help make communities safer, more caring places to live.
Any community hosting a National Night Out event this October can register and request free promotional materials and handouts by visiting the following link: Associa Supports Kids / National Night Out. The deadline to register is September 18.
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