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Posted on: December 4, 2020

Join Bothell Police on Nextdoor

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Did you know there are already more than 10,000 Bothell community members active on Nextdoor?

If you’re already familiar with the neighborhood-networking website and app, you know Nextdoor is a place where neighbors can connect, and public agencies like ours can provide real-time information and updates.  

But good communication is a two-way street.  Bothell Police has been working hard to shift from “posting information” to engaging in meaningful conversations.  We see Nextdoor as another way to connect with the community we serve.

We’re inviting you to follow us on the Bothell Police page on Nextdoor. Watch for upcoming conversations and opinion polls.  We’ll be asking for your input on the work we do and how we can best communicate with you.   And that’s just the beginning.

Good communication is more important than ever. We want to engage with our community in meaningful ways, and we’re open to new paths to keep the conversation going - and growing.  

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