National Night Out – 2023 – Tuesday, August 1st

We’re so glad you’re here. Registration for 2023 NNO is now open!

National Night Out is an annual event designed to encourage connections and friendships between neighbors and community resources. Neighborhoods across the country gather on the 1st Tuesday of the year to converse, eat, play games, and interact with public services and other community partners.

2023 National Night Out Event Chair Tacoma City Council Member Catherine Ushka – Position 4

A proud resident of East Tacoma, Catherine Ushka was elected to the District 4 seat of the Tacoma City Council in 2017. Following her re-election to another four-year term on the City Council, she was appointed to serve as Deputy Mayor in 2022.

Safe Streets provides National Night Out registration as a free service to City of Tacoma and Pierce County residents as a way to help neighborhoods in their NNO preparation and streamline outreach to community partners such as Law Enforcement and Fire Departments so they can attend as many events as they are able. Additionally, registered events in the City of Tacoma will benefit from a city-wide permit filed by Safe Streets to allow non-arterial roads to be blocked off for NNO events.

To register, simply click on the link below. Once we have confirmation of your registration we will send to you some informational sheets to aid in your preparation for your National Night Out event.

We hope you have a safe and enjoyable National Night Out.

Thank you to our 2023 National Night Out Sponsors

Connor Schultz

Community Mobilization 290-0262

National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community. Safe Streets has worked to encourage and coordinate local National Night Out celebrations for over fifteen years. Last year, more than 50 groups in Pierce County hosted an event.