Neighborhood Watch at Somerset Apartments

 Posted by on September 22, 2016
Sep 222016

Neighborhood Watch is one of the oldest and most effective crime prevention programs in America. Joining the resources of residents together with local law enforcement helps to deter crime and make communities safer.

Everyone wants to feel safe in their home. Somerset Chino Apartments are located in a safe area with low crime.

Surrounded by green Somerset Apartments is in a safe area.

Surrounded by green Somerset Apartments is in a safe area.

Even still, it’s important to be aware and informed of crimes in the area so that everyone can continue feeling secure and help keep the community safe.

Yesterday, Somerset Apartments had a Neighborhood Watch meeting and we had an amazing turnout.

“We are blessed to have the very best residents living in our community.” said Brandi McCombs.

Residents came to learn how to keep the neighborhood safe. With so many people coming together for the neighborhood watch meeting we feel confident that Somerset Apartment will continue being a safe place to live and a wonderful place to call home.

Somerset Harvest BBQ

 Posted by on October 21, 2012
Oct 212012

The annual Somerset Harvest BBQ took place this October at Somerset Apartments in Chino. We had a great time!

Aug 242012

National Night Out

 Posted by on August 24, 2012
Aug 242012

On August 7th, the City of Chino, along with other cities in the region, participated in the National Night Out. The country-wide event is organized by the National Association of Town Watch, and aims to increase crime and drug prevention by getting local residents more involved. Last year over 37 million people in over 15,000 communities took part in the event. As part of the National Night Out communities held block parties, festivals, rallies, town meetings, and even parades.

Somerset Apartments was proud to welcome the local police and fire department who gave out crime prevention and safety information, as well as educated residents about the different programs the city has available for residents. Aside from demos and information, there were also raffles and lots of giveaways. The city-sponsored event was only one of 22 events held within the city. From organizations such as local churches and Target (official sponsor) to neighborhood watches, people from all over were getting together to promote safety and bond with their neighbors. With so much going on, there was plenty of food and entertainment for everyone.

The National Night Out got its start back in 1984 and has been happening every August since then. Every year there are more and more communities and people participating. It’s not only a good way to make residents more aware of safety, but it also allows neighbors to come together and get to know each other better. With neighbors looking out for each other and working together with the police, residents can lower crime in their communities. Last year Chino Hills ranked 32nd for participation compared to other cities of the same size, and Ontario came in 5th. Clearly So-Cal residents are enthusiastic about getting involved and showing their support for law enforcement. Best of all, these events are always free.


Somerset Apartment Hosts National Night Out

Somerset Apartments | 12180 Ramona Ave | Chino CA | (909) 627-2717