The Austin ISD Police Department and the Department of Communications and Community Engagement is partnering up with the City of Austin Office of Homeland Security Emergency Management to host a citywide public education/awareness campaign called ‘Neighbors to the Rescue.’
The campaign ‘Neighbors to the Rescue’ empowers Austin residents to help their communities by giving them the tools to help themselves and others when an emergency or disaster happens. The campaign will launch in September and will have multiple components including a series of 10 neighborhood meetings, a free 8-week comprehensive safety preparedness course, and a Day of Action in September celebrating Emergency Preparedness Day, which includes a free community film screening.
Attend a neighborhood meeting in September from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
- 9/4 - Little Walnut Creek Branch Library, 835 W. Rundberg Ln. Austin, Texas 78753
- 9/9 - Hampton Branch Library (South West) 5125 Convict Hill Rod. Austin, Texas 78749
- 9/10 - Windsor Park Branch (North East) 5833 Westminster Dr., Austin, Texas 78703
- 9/16 - Howson Branch Library (West) 2500 Exposition Blvd., Austin, Texas 78703
- 9/18 - Parque Zaragosa Recreation Center (East), 2608 Gonzales St., Austin, Texas 78702
- 9/23 - South Austin Recreation Center (south Central), 1100 Cumberland Rd., Austin, Texas 78704
- 9/24 - Montopolis Recreation Center (South East) 1200 Montopolis, Austin, Texas 78741
- 9/25- Old Quarry Library (North West) 7051 Village Center, Austin, Texas 78731
- 9/30- Pleasant Hill Branch Library (South Central) 211 East William Cannon Drive, Austin, Texas, 78745