Thank you to everyone for a GREAT 2023 Safety Town. Please check back next spring for info on our 2024 Safety Town, tentatively planned for June.
Safety Town is a fun four-day safety awareness program that is designed for children entering kindergarten. Through the use of music, crafts, videos, books, community speakers and a child-sized town, the children are taught basic safety lessons they will use for the rest of their lives.
Every day the children face new challenges as they learn the proper way to cross the street, buckle their seat belt, wear a helmet while riding a bicycle, and understand basic traffic rules. In addition, we cover other safety lessons such as: stranger danger, water, fire, school bus, and how to dial 911.
Representatives from the Union County Health Department, Marysville Division of Police, Union County Sheriff’s Office, Marysville Division of Fire and others participate at Safety Town to make every day an unforgettable experience for the children.
2023 Marysville Safety Town
Program Dates: June 12-15, 2023
Program Times: AM (9am-noon) & PM (1pm-4pm) sessions available
Location: Navin Elementary, 16265 County Home Road, Marysville, OH
Who is Eligible: The summer Safety Town sessions are open to incoming kindergartners who live within the Marysville Exempted Village School District boundaries. The program is limited to 120 students this year and registration will be conducted on a first come, first served basis. If all spaces are filled, a waitlist is formed in case any spots become available. Safety Town for students in the Fairbanks and North Union School districts is conducted in May as part of the Kindergarten school day. Plain City is also providing Safety Town which is open to incoming kindergartners in the Jonathan Alder school district. Sign up for the Plain City Safety Town here.
How to Register: A reservation form, liability waiver and registration fee must be completed and sent to the Union County Health Department, Suite 1100, 940 London Ave, Marysville, Ohio 43040, ATTN: Safety Town. Your registration is not complete until all three pieces are submitted.
- Reservation Form – complete online form or download and print this pdf: Safety Town Registration Form_2023 (includes liability waiver)
- Liability Waiver – If you completed the online reservation form, download and print liability waiver pdf and send it in with the registration fee: Safety Town Liability Waiver Form_2023
- Registration Fee – The fee for Safety Town is $30. Checks can be mailed or delivered along with the signed liability waiver to the Union County Health Department, Suite 1100, 940 London Ave, Marysville, OH, 43040. Make checks out to the Union County Health Department. Credit card is accepted in the Union County Health Department lobby. Registration fee covers the cost of the 4-day program, a bicycle helmet, and t-shirt.
Please note: No child will be denied registration for Safety Town because of inability to pay. Scholarships are available.
If you are looking for a fun opportunity to serve your community and work with kids, we would love to have you as a Safety Town volunteer! We need your help to make kids in our community safer and to create a fun, memorable experience. We are in search of volunteers for Classroom Leader and Classroom Assistant positions. Classroom Leaders must be 18 or older and preferably have some experience working with children. Classroom Assistants are volunteer opportunities for youth who have completed at least 7th grade. Click on the links below to learn more about the positions and to apply.
Have Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org; Phone 937-642-2053
COVID Safety Protocols
Keeping children and volunteers safe is a priority. Current CDC guidelines in regards to COVID Safety Protocols will be followed. Staff will use the CDC’s Community Level dashboard to inform decisions.
Safety Town Partners
Safety Town is a collaboration between the City of Marysville Division of Fire and Division of Police, Marysville Exempted Village School District, Memorial Health, the Union County Health Department, and the Union County Sheriff’s Office.