Gracywoods Neighborhood Activities
Each year, GWNA helps residents come together at "Block Parties" throughout our neighborhood. The goal is to help neighbors get to know each other and watch out for each other. To do this, we encourage each street to host a block party.
What is a Block Party?
A simple gathering of neighbors in someone's drive way or front yard.
GWNA will provide crime watch materials and help you contact your neighbors. We will also give the host of the party $15 for party supplies. All you have to do is sign up to be a Block Party host, by sending us an email to:
Where will my Block Party be?
We hope each street will have its own party, and we will publish a list of all the block parties a week before the event.
In the meantime, please find your street on this list, and let us know if you would like to host the block party. Send us an email to register your block party to: email@example.com
You can also read more about Austin's Neighborhood Night Out activities and register your block party with the City of Austin. This makes your party eligible for goodies and even a visit for our area police representative and fire department. (To have the fire trucks visit your party, you must register before Sept. 13, 2013.)
Sign up at: http://austintexas.gov/nno
or download a NNO brochure at:
Gracywoods Neighborhood Streets
(We need a Block Party Host for each of these streets
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Golden Pheasant Dr.
Gracy Farms Lane
Hidden Qual Dr.
Morning Quail Dr.
Prairie Hen Cove
Prairie Hen Lane
Prairie Knoll Court
Rainy Meadow Dr.
Snow Finch Rd.
Snow Goose Rd.
Please consider hosting a party. It can be a pot-luck party with a theme, or just an informal gathering. Contact us for more information and ideas at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Why is National Night Out important?
National Night Out is designed to:
- Heighten crime prevention awareness
- Generate support for crime watch efforts
- Strengthen neighborhood spirit
- Improve police community relations
- Let criminals know that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back
We want to connect you
with the neighbors on your street!
To do this we are updating our website
and our neighborhood list.
To register with us.
We will then be better able to send you
Crime Watch Alerts
and information specific to your street.
While you are at this link -
check out our new website.
It is under construction and
will be in full swing soon.
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We are now on
Post pictures. Invite friends,
and chat with us.
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