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Chief Podany with Night to Unite Neighborhood

Night to Unite a Huge Success

The 2019 edition of Night to Unite was held on Tuesday, August 2nd, and it was another successful evening of bringing together the community as a whole.

Night to Unite is a community building event designed to encourage residents to spend an evening outside with their neighbors getting to know each other. It’s also an opportunity for various City departments to visit with residents of all ages and talk about crime trends, current and future development, road projects, introduce the K-9 Units, demonstrate City
equipment, and more.

Night to Unite also gives the citizens of Blaine a chance to show support for Blaine police
officers, public works employees, City staff, and Spring Lake Park - Blaine - Mounds View
firefighters. Many Blaine residents took the opportunity to express their thanks and
support to our officers this year.

This year, Blaine was host to 145 registered block parties and many more that didn’t
register. This is the most block parties Blaine has ever had and translates to well over
5,000 people participating! As our city’s growth continues, so will the number of block
parties each year.

We would like to thank the block party hosts for organizing a block party in their
neighborhood. Night to Unite is always the first Tuesday in August. Mark your calendars
for August 6, 2019.

View the Flickr Photo Recap at BlaineMN.gov/2018N2URecap.
Visit the official Blaine Night to Unite website at BlaineEvents.com/N2U.
Questions? Contact Kim Kiley at KKiley@BlaineMN.gov or call 763-785-6186.

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