Touch a Truck Event

September 9, 2017

Bay Village invites Kids to Touch-A-Truck

With Shredding Available

Saturday, September 9

Family event allows kids to explore, climb in city trucks.

On Saturday, Sept. 9, from12 noon to 3 p.m., kids of all ages are invited to visit the third annual Bay Village Touch-a-Truck event. Don't miss the chance to climb in a fire truck, sit in the seat of a front-end loader, turn on the emergency lights of a police car, or pet a police horse! Parents will have the opportunity to ask questions of your community service providers and receive valuable safety information.

The free event will take place rain or shine at the combined safety campus of the Bay Village police and fire departments, 28000-28100 Wolf Road.

The Bay Village Police Department, Fire Department, and Service Department will be present. In addition, other public safety service providers and community services organizations will be in attendance. Residents and their children will have the opportunity to meet their police officers, firefighters/paramedics and service department employees and others while exploring the wide range of vehicles.

You can gather information on everything from bicycle safety and teen drivers to internet safety and social media awareness.  The Bay Village Police Department Auxiliary Unit can get you signed up for the Ready Notify emergency alert system or the Do Not Knock Registry. You may bring in your household documents to be shredded, with donations going to support the Bay Village Police Auxiliary Unit.

Parking will be available in the lot on the south side of the police department, in Cahoon Park and at Bay Middle School.

We look forward to a successful event and seeing all our school kids at the second annual Touch-a-Truck event!

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