Safety Town is nationally recognized program for children ages 4-6 years of age. Located at Kiwanis Park, the program has been in place for more than 28 years. Each year, kindergarten students in the City of Coral Springs attend an educational field trip coordinated by the police department to Safety Town where they learn important and valuable lessons about safety.
The curriculum is taught in five stations, which include:
- Personal Safety
- Pedestrian Safety
- Bicycle Safety
- Canal and Animal Safety
- Fire Safety
The Coral Springs Police Community Involvement Unit operates a one-day field trip for kindergarten students enrolled in schools located in the city. If you would like information on the Coral Springs School field trips, please contact Community Involvement Liaison Monica Vargas at (954) 346-1311 or via email at MVargas@coralsprings.org.
During the summer months, student volunteers and members of Kiwanis of Coral Springs in conjunction with police and fire run the Safety Town Summer Camp. The camp is a two-week, half-day program for children between the ages of 4-6. If you would like to learn more about the Safety Town Summer Camp or about registering for summer camp, contact Mary Boast via email: email@example.com or visit SafetyTownCoralSprings.org website.