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Posted on: August 26, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Welcome to "Virtual" Safety Town

In the spirit of Safety Town, and our goal to keep children safe while teaching them about the importance of safety, we have decided to bring the Safety Town experience online in a virtual environment to allow everyone to participate!

Your safety and your child’s health and safety are always our top priority. To further combat the spread of COVID-19, and as an alternative to our "in-person" Safety Town camp for 2020, we have created a webpage to help provide the most interactive Safety Town experience possible.

Starting today, parents can view informative and educational videos, and materials online related to important Safety Town topics. Information covered includes animal safety, bicycle safety, fire safety, meet a police officer/tour a police car, and poison safety, to name a few. Our friend from the Eugene Emeralds, Sluggo, also makes an appearance to help teach children the importance of pedestrian and vehicle safety.

Please view the following message from Eugene Police Chief Chris Skinner, and we hope you and your child have an enjoyable and fulfilling Virtual Safety Town experience.

Visit the Virtual Safety Town online at:


Virtual Safety Town
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