FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
DIANNA KALL - 440-331-5768
To recognize October as �National Crime Prevention
Month,� Cleveland Metroparks Ranger Department is hosting their
annual Community Open House on Saturday, October 6 from noon
to 4 p.m. at Ranger Headquarters (4600 Valley Parkway in Rocky
River Reservation in Fairview Park).
Visitors can meet members of the K-9 and Mounted Units, as well
as gain valuable bicycle safety tips from the Bike Patrol Rangers
and can find out how rangers patrol the Park District, even in the
remotest of areas, by seeing these vehicles up-close.
Included in the day's activities are tours of the Headquarters
facility and a stroll down the history hall displaying vintage
police-related equipment and photographs.
For more information on the free Open House, call Ranger
Headquarters at 440-331-5530.
Enjoy a great afternoon at the Ranger Open House finding out
about law enforcement staff and their role protecting, serving and
educating visitors of Cleveland Metroparks - part of your life,
Cleveland Metroparks Rangers are the law
enforcement officers of the Park District.
Rangers patrol over 21,000 acres of land