EAST ALDINE DISTRICT & NORTH HOUSTON
East Aldine NNO
National Night Out in the East Aldine District will take place on Tuesday evening, October 4th from 6pm until 9pm at the Amphitheater and surrounding grounds next to the East Aldine headquarters building. The address is 2909 East Aldine Amphitheater Drive.
There is plenty of parking adjacent to the theater. The public is welcome to this free event, and it is suggested you bring a chair and blanket for the grass seating.
You can come and meet your neighbors in Aldine, and also those in public safety jobs that keep our community safe.
There will be fire departments, ambulance services, sheriff’s department deputies, scouts, and more.
You can also experience the activities such as rock climbing, a train ride for children, face painting, prizes, food from the area’s best food trucks, games for children and adults, music with a live DJ, and much more.
Sponsors for the NNO event include East Aldine District, BakerRipley, Harris County Pct. 2, Harris County Sheriff’s office, Lone Star College-East Aldine, State Representative Armando Walle, Westfield Fire Department, and Harris County Emergency Corps.
North Houston NNO
The North Houston District will bring together area residents, businesses, military members and law enforcement for its 2022 National Night Out on Tuesday, Oct. 4 at Tom Wussow Park starting at 5pm. This annual family friendly event, one of the largest in Houston, is designed to enhance relationships among neighbors and law enforcement in a positive setting and to foster a sense of community within the North Houston area. Although National Night Out is celebrated in August in most parts of the country, it is scheduled in October in Texas to take advantage of more moderate weather.
Several activities are planned over the course of the three-hour event, including a “friendly” tug of war competition featuring Houston Police Department versus Harris County Sheriff’s Office and US Airforce recruits versus US Marine recruits. Raffles and drawings for giveaways of tablets, gift cards, gaming systems and TVs will be held near the end of the event. Other fun and family-friendly plans include:
• Petting Zoo • HPD Mounted patrol, K9 officers • Harris County Sheriff’s Office Helicopter, High Water Rescue boat, motorcycle unit • US Marines combat simulation trailer • Face paintings • Free food from Chick- Fil-A, snow cones and refreshments • Disney characters • “Chase” from Paw Patrol • DJ with dancing
WHO: Participants will include area residents, local law enforcement, businesses and community partners and elected officials (See full list below)
WHEN: Tuesday, Oct. 4 from 5 p.m. – 8 p.m.
WHERE: Tom Wussow Park, 500 Greens Rd. (Near I-45 North & North Sam Houston Parkway/ Beltway)
WHY: Public safety is one of the North Houston District’s priorities, which is why it hosts one of the largest National Night Out events in town.
COST: The event is free and open to the public.
2022 Community Participants Aldine-Greenspoint Family YMCA • Amazon • AT&T • Atlantic Methanol • Buckhead Meat & Seafood Build a Pizza • Chick-fil-A • City of Houston District B • Council Member Tarsha Jackson • Eyes on Me • Green House International Church • Greens Bayou Coalition • Harris County Sheriff’s Office • Home Depot • Houston Fire Department • Houston Police Department • IDEA Public Schools • Landcare • Lone Star College-Houston North • METRO • North Houston District • Rockstar Energy Bike Park • Rodeo Dental • Spartan Security Services • Texas Excel Management • Texas General Land Office The Harvest U.S. Air Force U.S. Army U.S. Marines Villa Serena Communities
About the North Houston District
Created in 1991 by the Texas Legislature, the North Houston District is a business improvement district that leverages public and private partnerships to provide enhanced services in transportation mobility, public safety, beautification and recreational development, marketing and strategic planning and development. Minutes from Bush IAH, the District’s 12- square-mile service area has 20 million square feet of office, retail and industrial properties. The District area includes more than 3,800 businesses, 68,000 employees and 118,500 residents. For more information, visit www.northhouston.org.