National Night Out


We invite you to attend our FREE annual National Night Out, hosted by the Firestone Police Department. Come out to meet your police officers and grab some delicious food before enjoying the 1988 classic "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" under the stars at our Drive-In on the double screen. 

Lot Location: Firestone Sports Complex, 6850 Tilbury Avenue
Lot opens: 5 p.m. Parking will be limited, we encourage you to come early!
Food Trucks: 5 to 7 p.m.
Movie Starts at Dusk: 7 p.m.

Event Map

Entrance into the parking area will be located on Falcon St. only. Please know that as we move people into the parking area, there will likely be a little back up as we give attendees their parking information. We encourage you to enter the complex from Frontier St. to alleviate any backups on Firestone Blvd.

Event Details

Rules & Regulations
As this is a new adventure for us as it is for you, please see this list of rules and tips to make this new experience fun and safe for everyone. Each vehicle will receive a copy of these as you enter, but we encourage you to read the document ahead of attending. 

Caricature Artist In Attendance
We will have Caricature Artist Jane Yamada available. Parties waiting in the queue line will be spaced 6 feet apart, artist will be spaced 6 feet from participants and area will be cleaned after each sketch. Artist will be wearing a mask during the entirety of the event, those being sketched may remove theirs briefly only while being sketched.

Food Trucks

Enjoy some delicious food, doughnuts and coffee that night from our outstanding line-up. Check back as we will announce our Trucks and alternative ordering opinions.  


The Firestone Police Department participates annually in the National Night Out program and is excited to offer a fun community event. The National Night Out program is designed to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness; generate support for, and participation in, local anti crime efforts; strengthen neighborhood spirit and police community partnerships; and send a message to criminals letting them know neighborhoods are organized and fighting back.

With the focus of the event aimed at providing safety information and to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness, representatives of the Firestone Police Department and the Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District will be available at the event with information about the community, the Town’s Neighborhood Watch program and safety handouts. This is a great event for residents and businesses to attend to stay involved in the Firestone community.


Sponsorship Opportunities:

Supporting Firestone community events through a sponsorship not only allows businesses and organizations to gain regional visibility, but it strengthens community relations and allows the event to flourish.

  • Fall 2020 Sponsorship Opportunities
  • Fall 2020 Sponsorship Request Form

Sponsorship Deadline: Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Volunteer Opportunities:

Volunteering offers a great deal of satisfaction, and a chance to give back to the community.