Live in Oakland District 4? Prevent Crime -> Win Oakland A’s Tickets!

The office of councilmember Libby Schaaf is awarding Oakland A’s tickets to the most organized Neighborhood.

These are the 15 neighborhoods competing against each other in District 4:

  1. Montclair
  2. Shepherd Canyon
  3. Piedmont Pines
  4. Oakmore
  5. Lincoln Highlands
  6. Dimond
  7. Woodminster
  8. Crestmont
  9. Laurel
  10. Redwood Heights
  11. Davenport
  12. Maxwell Park
  13. Allendale
  14. Fairfax
  15. Melrose

Here are the official details from Libby Office:

Do you live in an organized neighborhood? Are you helping to bring your community together? Tell us about it!
August 6th is National Night Out— a night to celebrate our neighborhoods and bring neighbors together. National Night Out (or NNO) was introduced in 1984 in an effort to promote neighborhood camaraderie and involvement in crime prevention activities. In recognition of National Night Out, Councilmember Libby Schaaf – District 4 is offering FREE Oakland A’s tickets to the most organized D4 communities.*
    There are three ways for a neighborhood to win:
        1. Have the greatest total NNO block parties on August 6th
        2. Have the greatest increase in total NNO block parties
        3. Be named the most organized neighborhood in District Four
For contest 1 and 2, simply register your NNO party with City here:
Please be sure to forward this email to your friends and neighbors…organized neighborhoods build community and public safety!
* Libby Schaaf’s office is still working out the details on the A’s tickets, so they cannot yet promise a specific number of tickets.


Here is the Kicker in the Survey for contest 3

Extra points are awarded to members of Neighborhood Guard

Extra points are awarded to members of Neighborhood Guard

Sign up for neighborhood Guard today and increase your changes of getting A’s tickets.

2 thoughts on “Live in Oakland District 4? Prevent Crime -> Win Oakland A’s Tickets!

  1. HI JJ, Learned a lot at Saturdays about Lic.Plat camera. I have installed a home system bough from Costco, and Fry’s etc. and am wondering now wheter that was the right thing to do after attending your talk. So now I am puzzle and have lots of questions, none of these systems (Q’see, Lorex. etc ) uses the RJ cables which seem to be the way to go. However, the Axis P1347 that you demonstrated is a
    very high quality and expensive camera which I really like, except for the cost.
    Is there a way to combine these two different systems. I live in a remote area on Skyline with 4 homes and a long shared private drive way, My drive way alone is
    over 150 feet. My present camera at night does not see the end of my drive way, altho’ it may be the lack of LED lighting. Would you suggest the one you show at your talk might do the trick? Thank you for your time in the most enlighting and educating demonstration. George

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