Bellefontaine Exchange Club’s 61st Annual Safety Town


Bellefontaine Exchange Club 61st Annual Safety Town has officially started with Officer Isaac and Officer Doug.

If your incoming kindergartener would like to attend, there are still spots available in the next couple of weeks.

Officer Doug Walters explains what Saftey Town is all about
Safety Town will take place through the second week of July.
This is a free program held for children who will be entering kindergarten in the Fall (2023-2024).
The program includes pedestrian safety, traffic signals and signs, fire safety, good and bad touch, not getting in cars with strangers, and hazards of drugs, among other things.
The instructors use films, lectures, coloring books, traffic signs and signals, and stress vehicle and bus safety during their time with the students.
All sessions will be held at Mac-A-Cheek Learning Center (formerly Western Intermediate School) at 1130 West Sandusky Avenue where the children will enter through the rear (north) doors.
Classes last approximately two hours and are held Monday through Friday (No sessions on June 19th due to a Federal Holiday) with both 9 AM and 1 PM sessions available.
Parents may attend sessions with their children (as needed or desired) and should inform the instructor of their intent when signing in their child each day.
If you have any questions or need more information, please feel free to contact the Parks Department at (937) 592-3475 or [email protected].