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McKinney TX – National Night Out will be Aug. 4 this summer

Join the City of McKinney and the McKinney Police Department for National Night Out Tuesday, Aug. 4. Talk to your crime watch captain to find out about events in your neighborhood.

If your neighborhood does not currently have a crime watch captain, call Officer Randy Haak at972-547-2795 for more information about the program. To sign up your block party online, visit the McKinney Police Department website.

National Night Out is an enjoyable way to increase neighborhood spirit, improve police-community partnerships and keep our city safer. Make sure to register your block party in advance.

Drop your National Night Out neighborhood event on our facebook page.

National Night Out, water restrictions and burn ban

Neighborhoods throughout the area will celebrate National Night Out from 6 to 10 p.m.  on Tuesday, Oct. 4 .
In Plano, residents are encouraged to turn on front porch lights in support of the Plano Police Department’s fight against crime.
It’s a great opportunity to get out front and meet neighbors, making it easier to work together and recognize when suspicious activities occur in the neighborhood. The Plano Police Department and neighborhood patrol officers try to cover as many block parties as possible in the time limit given, sharing safety tips and information at each stop. National Night Out is an annual event hosted by the National Association of Town Watch. In Texas, it occurs the first Tuesday in October.

Stage 3? The North Texas Municipal Water District has asked all cities to enter Stage 3 conservation measures beginning November 1. The City of Plano is currently working to determine the course of action to be implemented. Information will be provided as soon as it is available. Please continue our water management under Stage 2 restrictions. At this time we are meeting our 5 percent reduction goal.
Burn ban: All outdoor burning is prohibited in Plano parks until December 31, 2011. “We’re asking patrons be extra cautious about fire safety, with the burn ban primarily focusing on outdoor grilling,” said Jim Fox, Parks Services Manager. Contact Parks and Recreation at 972-941-7250 for specific information/restrictions. All outdoor fire violations should be immediately reported to the
Plano Fire Department at 972-941-7159.

Open burning or careless acts with fire should be reported to 911.

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