Fulton Neighborhood is currently involved with the Block Club Program through Community Crime Prevention (CCP/SAFE) with the Minneapolis Police Department to organize residents promoting community and safety in our neighborhood. About 30% of our blocks are without Block Club leaders. If you are not aware if your block is organized through a Block Club leader (someone who plans a block party and distributes safety alerts) and would be interested in finding out how to organize, please contact Jennifer Waisanen, Crime Prevention Specialist at 612-673-5407 or Jennifer.firstname.lastname@example.org.
National Night Out Annual Event (above). Get out and get to know your neighbors. Mark your calendars for the first Tuesday evening in August. National Night Out in Minneapolis is an annual event that involves all segments of the community in building a healthier, safer community; generate support for anti-crime programs and strengthen police/community relations on the first Tuesday of August. For more info, visit the website.
Block Contact Program
In addition to the Block Club leaders, the neighborhood has been organizing residents to serve as Block Contacts. These individuals, often the same person as the Block Club leader, serve as a contact on the block for Fulton NRP and the Fulton Neighborhood Association. Information regarding neighborhood events, projects and significant issues will be distributed through the Block Contacts.
If you have questions or would like to be a Block Contact, contact the FNA Coordinator