Sign In

National Night Out at Neighborhood City Halls

Contact: Communications Team |

Neighborhood City Halls (NCH) will host community parties as part of National Night Out 2010. Following are specifics about times, locations and activities.

  • Atwater Neighborhood City Hall (District I) will host a party from 5 to 8 p.m. on Saturday at Fairmount Park, 1647 N. Yale. Events include games, music, food and prizes as well as giveaways of school supplies and kindergarten readiness resource bags.
  • Colvin Neighborhood City Hall (District III) will host a party from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, at the tennis courts in Planeview Park, 2820 S. Roosevelt. Events include a farmer’s market, games, prizes and face-painting. There will also be door prizes and giveaways.
  • Stanley Neighborhood City Hall (District IV) will host a party from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday at Aley Park, 1803 S. Seneca. Events and offerings include live bands, face-painting, free hot dogs and snow cones and other games.
  • Evergreen Neighborhood City Hall (District VI) will host a party from 4 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday at Evergreen Park, 2700 N. Woodland. Events and offerings include free hamburgers, swimming, a talent show, music and a dance presentation by ZUMBA and Folkloric.

Other related events include: National Night Out with the NBC Tournament on Saturday at Lawrence Dumont Stadium, where there will be a fireworks show; and Family Zoo Day on Sunday at Sedgwick County Zoo, where visitors will receive $3 off the general admission price.

Neighborhood block parties across the city will take place on Tuesday, beginning at various times. To host a neighborhood block party (no cost), register at and click on the Wichita Police Department link or call Crime Prevention (316-268-4101).

City of Wichita logo

Visiting City Hall?

​City Hall
455​ N Main, 13th Floor
Wichita, KS 67202​

Where do I park?

Security Guidelines

City Hall Hours

8am - 5pm (M-F)

List of holiday ​closures

​Contact Us

Got a question? Chat live with a customer service rep

Website questions? Email the ​Webmaste​​r ​​​​​​

Media questions? Email City ​Communications