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Neighborhood Watch

If you would like to receive these newsletters via email please contact: Bluegrass_Watch@yahoo.com

Vehicle Safety

Please remember to take everything out of your vehicle at night; this includes your trunk too.

If you hear a car alarm going off, look out your window and see why.

If you see someone around please dial 911!

The city of Everett police department (across from Everett Mall) sells “the club” for a steering wheel for $10.00.

Lock Your Doors

Please remember to always lock your house door when you leave, even if it is to just get the mail, dump your trash, take out the dog/cat, or get something from your car or garage.

Leaving your door open and/or unlocked screams “come on in” to people who you wouldn’t normally welcome.

Porch Lights

Please remember to turn on your porch light at night.

Emergency Meeting Point

In any emergency situation meet by the front gate, if that is not accessible, meet as close to that location as possible.

In Case of Emergency

If you should experience an afterhours building related emergency and are unable to get hold of the Facilities Manager, SUHRCO can help, please call SUHRCO at (425) 455-0900 and follow the prompts for building related emergencies to be connected to a live person for some assistance.

SUHRCO offers 24/7/365 emergency response Property Managers who assist with building emergencies and contacting the appropriate contractors for help if necessary.

Snohomish County Sheriff’s Tip Line

The Sheriff’s Office has a tip line at (425) 388-3845 and a web page where you can leave a tip: CLICK HERE to view the website.

The Snohomish Regional Drug Task Force is also interested in information about drug activity.
To leave a tip call (425) 388-3479 or go on the web: CLICK HERE

Please remember that if you have the unfortunate need to contact the Sheriff department for any reason and you are given a case number to let us know immediately what that case number is.

A Few Reminders

1. Turn on your porch light every night.
2. Tell your neighbors when you will be out of town.
3. Do not leave any valuables in your vehicles.
4. If you see someone who does not look familiar call 911.
5. Do not walk alone.
6. Always lock your home windows and doors.
7. Know all your neighbors.

Smoke Detectors

Please make sure to check your smoke detectors and replace the batteries.

Holiday Tips

During the holiday season please remember to keep your cars clean of all gifts, bags, receipts, and anything else that someone might find interesting.
 
You might keep your blinds closed during the day if you are gone so window lookers will not see if you have a tree up; when people see trees they know there are gifts under that tree.

Consider using a timer on a lamp in your living room, or in a front bedroom window.

Please remember to always lock your house door when you leave, even if it is to just get the mail, dump your trash, take out the dog/cat, or get something from your car or garage.

Leaving your door open and/or unlocked screams “come on in” to people who you wouldn’t normally welcome.