On March 24, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., as part of the at Creekside Church, Alamo, our Cervato neighborhood will present a how-to guide for building a neighborhood watch and safety program.
Neighborhoods will be provided introduction to a casual program that keeps all homes in the view of surrounding neighbors and all neighbors safe in case of an emergency. Our theme, “No home out of VIEW,” simply organizes neighbors to casually keep an eye on neighbors’ homes and provide walk-arounds when neighbors are away.
There are two parts to the program: 1) neighborhood watch, and 2) safety preparedness. The watch program provides guidelines for home security, security lighting and security watch when a neighbor is away. The safety program provides guidelines for how to prepare for emergencies and how segment teams around a neighborhood work together to make sure all neighbors are safe.
Our presentation is how to gather a neighborhood and plan neighborhood watch and safety to the individual needs of each neighborhood. We will present easy methods to create a free neighborhood website and very private communication among neighbors including the ability to send URGENT ALERTS to all neighbors via email and mobile text. The focus is the ROLE of each neighbor in being an active part of watch and safety activities. Interested neighborhoods can review program guidance, security products, safety equipment and supplies, and event/emergency communications methods.
The goal of the program presentation is to support the Alamo Improvement Association, Public Safety Committee’s interest in creating a public safety community in the Alamo region.
Written by Hal Bailey
Alamo CA 94507-1075
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