SJNA BLOCK WATCH

SAN JACINTO NATIONAL NIGHT OUT - 2022

SJNA THANKS THE AMARILLO POLICE DEPARTMENT AND POTTER COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE FOR SENDING SEVERAL OFFICERS THROUGHOUT THE EVENING, AND CHIEF BIRKENFELD FOR SPENDING THE TIME TO HAVE MEANINGFUL CONVERSATION.  WE ARE APPRECIATIVE OF THE WORK THAT OUR LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT DOES IN OUR NEIGHBORHOOD !

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MAKING A SAFER SAN JACINTO - ONE BLOCK AT A TIME

NEIGHBORHOOD BLOCK WATCH TEAM

This is one of the most important ways to help out our neighborhood.  We believe the best way for our initiatives to be successful is for the community to get involved actively.
You can report here any vacant properties that are being vandalized or being illegally inhabited.  Bringing awareness to high crime areas is the first step in making our neighborhood a safer place to live, work and visit.
If you would like to participate but might  need help navigating or understanding basic technology please contact 
Hayden @ 806-367-4317
Her services through UnSavvy Strategy are pro bono for any San Jacinto Neighborhood resident.
For questions and information about Block Watch please email Block Watch Committee Chair & Board Member Jennifer Munoz

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BLOCK WATCH - OUTREACH & EVENT TEAM

Do you have ideas?

Since Officer Amanda Williams was assigned to San Jacinto, she has been hard at work getting to know the businesses and residents.  Amanda and other NPOs also work in our neighborhood, addressing Illegal dumping challenges (volunteering time to get it out of the alleyways) and working through the condemnation processes to eliminate abandoned properties that are hot spots for crime and illegal habitation.

You can email Amanda to report concerns or crimes or send her some encouragement!

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