"National Night Out" (NNO) is a crime/drug prevention annual event sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch (NATW).
NNO is held nationwide with thousands of participating communities joining forces to raise the awareness of crime and drug prevention. This event is intended not only to educate citizens on drug and crime awareness, but also to generate support for and assistance in anti-crime efforts. Strengthening police/community relations sends a direct message to criminals letting them know that citizens, as well as communities, are organized and fighting back!
Creedmoor's National Night Out Celebration
Every year, the Creedmoor Police Department hosts this community event at South Granville High School located on NC-Highway 56 on the first Tuesday of August from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Residents across the county are encouraged to turn off the television, leave troubles behind, and come out to spend a fun-filled evening with their fellow neighbors, family, and police!
- Free Hot Dogs (Grilled & Served by CPD officers)
- Free Soft Drinks & Water
- McGruff the Crime Dog
- Face Painting
- Interactive Children's Games
- Public Safety Vehicle Displays
- Impaired Vision Goggles Course
- And More!
Residents are encouraged to register for e-Notification to stay informed of event news and happenings in Creedmoor. Visit the Events Calendar page to learn more about the current year's National Night Out event.
For more information on recreation programs, be sure to visit the Recreation Programs homepage.