Safety Town

BPD Safety TownSafety Town is a four-day interactive and educational experience for children entering kindergarten and first grade in the Beavercreek City Schools District

During this fun and interactive experience, Beavercreek Police Officers and guest speakers provide age-appropriate instruction on various topics including traffic safety, pedestrian and bike safety, fire safety, poison prevention, animal safety, stranger awareness, school and bus safety, 911 usage, emergency preparedness, and gun safety. 

Children get the chance to enjoy the department's interactive miniature town by “driving” around the streets and walking along the sidewalks while using crosswalks, stop signs, and traffic signals.

Your child/children will not want to miss this fun and engaging opportunity to become safety champions! Class size is limited and sessions will be filled on a first-come basis. Be sure to indicate your first and second choice of sessions on your registration form. For questions, contact Community Engagement Officer Kris Brownlee at brownleek@beavercreekohio.gov. 

The Beavercreek Police Department thanks the Beavercreek City Schools and our community sponsors for their partnership in this program.

There are two date options for Safety Town 2022:

Week 1: June 13 – June 16 or
Week 2: June 20 – June 23

Choose from:

Morning Session: 9 - 11 a.m.
Afternoon Session: 1 - 3 p.m. 

Location: Jacob Coy Middle School, 1786 Dayton-Xenia Road

2022 REGISTRATION IS CLOSED - ALL CLASSES ARE FILLED. VOLUNTEERS ARE STILL NEEDED.


Become a volunteer!

Safety Town would not be possible without the help of volunteers. If you are an adult and are interested in volunteering for this program, click here to fill out an application. If you are a high-school student and are interested in volunteering for this program, click here to fill out a student application.

A look back at Safety Town 2021:

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