Stone Mountain Police Department celebrates National Night Out

Stone Mountain Police Department celebrates National Night Out 

Stone Mountain, GA – The City of Stone Mountain and the Stone Mountain Police Department will celebrate National Night Out on Tuesday, August 4 from 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. at the Stone Mountain Farmers Market. Members of the police department will be on site to answer questions and speak to members of the community. A new patrol car will be on display and gifts will be available for the first one hundred children in attendance. 

“We are excited to be participating in National Night Out. It is important that members of the community feel like they know our officers. This is a great opportunity to build our relationships in a positive manner,” says Chief Chauncey Troutman. 

In addition, to the National Night Out festivities, Wholesome Wave will be on site to assist people with EBT applications. The Stone Mountain Farmers Market participates in the Double Up Program which allows EBT clients to double their dollars at the market. First time Farmers Market attendees are also eligible to join the My Market Club which provides incentives to members for their first three market visits.   

More information about the National Night Out program can be found here. 

The City of Stone Mountain Police Department is made up of 17 officers. Chief Troutman has been a member of the department for 27 years and chief for the past 13 years.

The City of Stone Mountain is located at the base of Stone Mountain, the largest exposed granite dome in North America. The city was founded in 1839 and currently has over 6000 residents. The city is known for its historic and walkable village center and its growing art scene.