ABOUT SAFETY TOWN

Safety Town is a two-hour a day, two-week program for five (5) and six (6) year old children that teaches safety lessons on strangers, traffic, pedestrians, fire, bicycles, bus, poisons (including drugs), water, and guns.  This community service program has been sponsored by the Greensboro Police Department, the Nat Greene Kiwanis Club, and other local civic and business organizations for over 35 years.  It is fully accredited by the National Safety Town Center of Cleveland, Ohio and a staple for the design of other facilities around the country.

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Safety Town is my favorite project, because we get so much positive feedback from the parents. We can tell that the community really sees value in the program, and the kids have a great time. Plus, it’s not often we get a chance to (literally) get our hands dirty and work on something tangible.
— Mike Smith

AT SAFETY TOWN

SAFETY TOWN CLEANUP

Below are some photos from our various cleanup efforts throughout the year. Our club maintains the grounds as well as administering the sessions.