Badges and Bouncy houses

Staff Report
Posted 8/4/21

Commerce City's police and firefighters brought their equipment and skills to neighborhood parks across the area Aug. 3 for National Night Out, part of an effort to encourage residents and police to …

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Badges and Bouncy houses

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Commerce City's police and firefighters brought their equipment and skills to neighborhood parks across the area Aug. 3 for National Night Out, part of an effort to encourage residents and police to get together and build community. In addition to smaller events at personal residences, the city brought games, first responder equipment, bouncy houses and food to share with residents.

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