registration for National Night Out 2020 is now open. Go to
Richardsonpolice.net to register or access the registration form at the following
This year’s National Night Out is being held on Tuesday October 6th, 2020 from 6pm to 8pm and will be quite different. Please read below for additional information.
Due to the COVID 19 virus situation we request that no one hold block parties this year. Be safe and practice good social distancing.
Since we are not recommending block parties or social gatherings we are recommending that each registered block celebrate NNO by:
Can’t have a parade or picnic, but we won’t let a virus stop us from celebrating the 4th! Join the fun!Continue reading
The Yard of the Month judges checked out the yards and selected a winner and runner-up.Continue reading
You may have noticed these signs in Richardson neighborhoods. The North College Park Neighborhood Association purchased several of these signs and they are $10 each with all proceeds going to the The Network of Community Ministries. If you want a sign for you yard, please contact Janice Gromadin at email@example.com.
One of the great benefits of our community is the fact that we can pull together in times like this. It’s important to be aware of your neighbors and be prepared to lend a hand if you are able and if not, report a problem. We have elderly residents and some who live alone.Continue reading
Because of the changing situation with the CONVID-19 virus, this event has been postponed. When conditions are suitable it will be rescheduled.
| Please consider joining the Crime Watch Patrol.|
Class set for March 25th, from 6pm to about 9:00pm
Read below for more information or take a look at our Crime Watch Patrol recruitment video at the following link.
The Crime Watch Patrol program asks citizens to volunteer as little as an hour a month to drive your neighborhood, reporting anything suspicious that you may see. The City of Richardson supplies Crime Watch Patrol signs for each group to use on their vehicles. The continued visible presence of an active group of citizens sends the message to would be criminals in the area that their presence will be reported immediately. This risk of apprehension can be an effective deterrent to crime.
Each applicant will need to complete the online application at here and pass a background check before attending a Crime Watch Patrol training class.
If you have any questions, contact the Crime Prevention Unit at 972-744-4955.