The Johnston Police Department is getting ready to say goodbye to its current police station and move into the new, voter-approved Public Safety Building. We hope you will come visit as they say goodbye with a Station Sendoff and Spaghetti Feed on Saturday, June 21. All proceeds benefit the Youth Homes of Mid-America, located on NW Beaver Drive.
Join us at 6221 Merle Hay Road from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm on Saturday, June 21 for lunch and a public safety expo. The expo will include take-home DNA kits, the Kid Pix Program, bicycle registration, and free car seat inspections and installations. Residents may also drop off any unwanted ammunition for free.
Residents will have a chance to enter their names into a drawing for a private tour of the new Public Safety Building, hosted by Police Chief Bill Vaughn. There is no cost to enter.
The Johnston Police Department would like to thank Hy-Vee for providing lunch and to Atlantic Bottling Company for providing beverages.