Safety Town is a fun and interactive way for four and five year old children to experience safety lessons in a way that is engaging and enjoyable! This program is offered free to the public.
This summer "SAFETY TOWN" will mark its 45th. season as an asset to the City of Hamilton and the Butler County area. Your child will be instructed in pedestrian, vehicle, school bus, dealing with strangers, gun safety, and fire safety.
We offer weekly lessons with classes beginning on Monday and ending on Friday . The sessions include classroom instruction and driving Kettcars in a simulated village at Safety Town. On Wednesday the children will take a school bus trip to the Fire Department and finish with a Graduation Ceremony on Friday.
Rain or Shine Safety Town is in session. If it is raining your child will go to Miami University, Hamilton Campus.
Safety Town is offered to children ages four and five who are potty trained.
Safety Town is sponsored by the Greater Hamilton Safety Council and funded by the Lindenwald Kiwanis and Officer Bob Gentry Memorial Fund. There will be NO REGISTRATION FEE BUT DONATIONS ARE ACCEPTED AND APPRECIATED (please see link below or visit our office).
Bring or mail the Registration form to the Greater Hamilton Safety Council, 400 North Erie Blvd., Hamilton, Ohio 45011. Registration forms may also be picked-up at any Hamilton McDonald's after May 1st. Sessions are held from 10:00 a.m. till noon. There are only 30 openings for each session. Sessions assigned on a fist come basis.
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Kim Wentz, Director
Greater Hamilton Safety Council
The Hamilton Safety Council gratefully accepts donations to support Safety Town