Rosenberg police

ROSENBERG (Covering Fort Bend News) - The City of Rosenberg will once again participate in National Night Out Tuesday, Oct. 1, from 6-9 p.m. on the campus of Texas State Technical College located at 26706 Southwest Freeway.

National Night Out is a unique crime and drug prevention event where communities from all over Texas celebrate by having fun events, block parties, neighborhood cookouts and more along with visits from local police and fire departments.

The city’s event, sponsored by the Rosenberg Police and Fire Departments with the assistance of the local community, is designed to:

  • Heighten crime and drug prevention awareness.
  • Generate support for local anti-crime efforts.
  • Strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships.
  • Send a message to criminals letting them know our neighborhoods are organized and fighting back.

Rosenberg’s event is free and open to the public. The event will feature meet and greets with the Rosenberg Police and Fire Departments, vendor booths, animal adoptions, police and fire vehicle displays, bounce houses and more.

“National Night Out is a great reflection of Rosenberg’s strong community partnerships. Not only are we hosting a fun-filled event at TSTC, we also have members of our community uniting together to celebrate with their neighbors,” said Rosenberg Police Sergeant M. Bradley. “Our officers look forward to seeing everyone out in the community on this night every year.” 

If you're interested in hosting a neighborhood block party, register your event on the city’s website by Friday, Sept. 20. Get your application in by Sept. 17 to be eligible to win 10 pizzas delivered to your block party by a Rosenberg Police Officer.        For helpful tips on organizing a party for your neighborhood, or if you have questions regarding the event at TSTC, contact Rosenberg Police Sergeant M. Bradley at 832-309-1161 or visit

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