Safety Splash event at College Park Pool

The Orlando Police Department and city officials will host a safety event with a splash this week.

Safety Splash will take place on Tuesday, August 1, from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at College Park Neighborhood Center and Pool, which is located at 2393 Elizabeth Avenue in Orlando.

The community is invited to join Orlando Police Department and District 3 Commissioner Robert F. Stuart for a night to learn about safety while having fun. The event will feature swimming, food and drinks, bounce houses, and basketball.

The event will also include a chance to meet the horses and officers of the Orlando Police Mounted Unit, learn CPR with the Orlando Fire Department, and tour Fire Station 3.

For more information, visit the Safety Splash webpage.

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