Display to Include More Than 50 Vehicles Being Done in Conjunction with National Night Out

The City of Naperville and Naperville Police Department, in conjunction with the Downtown Naperville Alliance, is bringing part of the Midwest’s largest emergency vehicle display to downtown Naperville on Sunday, August 6. The Downtown Naperville Vintage Emergency Vehicle Show is a free, family friendly event running from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. that is being done in connection with National Night Out on Tuesday, August 1.

Jackson Avenue between Eagle and Webster Streets and a portion of Webster Street north of Jackson Avenue will be closed off to accommodate the more than 50 vehicles that will be on display. Fans of all ages are invited to explore the vehicles, some of which are approximately 75 years old. More modern equipment, such as S.W.A.T. tactical and other emergency vehicles, will also be on display.

New this year to the vehicle show is Kids Cycle Mania. This interactive bike course is centered around bike safety! There will be a small bike rodeo course set up, helmet fittings, bike safety information, local bike resources and giveaways! Bring your bike to go through the bike rodeo!

Free to Attend. For details, contact Julie Smith, Crime Prevention Specialist, Naperville Police Department (630) 305-5450.