Night to Unite
Night to Unite 2021 - Tuesday, August 3
Keeping Chanhassen a safe community is a partnership effort. Each year on the first Tuesday night in August, the City of Chanhassen joins thousands of communities nationwide in observing Night to Unite (N2U), a statewide event that builds and fosters community bonds between citizens, businesses and public safety entities in local jurisdictions.
After hosting a virtual event in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we're pleased to announce that this year's celebration will take place in Chanhassen neighborhoods once more on Tuesday, August 3.
Community leaders encourage residents to join their neighbors in observing N2U by attending an organized event in their neighborhood, such as a block party. In Chanhassen, Carver County Sheriff's Office deputies, members of the Chanhassen Fire Department and city representatives attempt to visit all participating neighborhoods, but please be aware that visits will be scheduled on a first-come-first-serve basis; it may not be possible for them to make it to every block party.
Want to join in the fun and register your block for a party? Click below!
- Check out Chanhassen Fire Department's great web-based app on fire safety in and around the home!
Carver County Sheriff's Office Informational Videos
- Lt. Lance Pearce explains why Chanhassen has the Carver County Sheriff's Office instead of a police department
- Sgt. Tyler Stahn shares some important information about victim resources available through the Carver County Sheriff's Office
- Dep. Josh Baker gives a grand virtual tour of the inside of a Carver County Sheriff's Office squad car
- Dep. Lauryn Bellows offers tips on how to prevent mail theft
- Dep. James Horvath Talks About Emergency Responders Alert Decals Available with the Carver County Sheriff's Office
- Dep. Adam Peterson talks about how to prevent theft in motorized vehicles
- Dep. Katelyn Otto has tips for all treats and no tricks on Halloween
- Sgt. Nate Mueller and K9 officer Ringo
- CSO Elijah Bach explains what a CSO actually does