Community Safety

At EBDI, ensuring the cleanliness and security of our project area is one of our core values. We believe that maintaining a safe, pristine environment is essential for nurturing a healthy and thriving community.

We proudly partner with Frontline Management Services to lead our clean, green, and safety initiatives. Frontline provides a comprehensive range of services, including regular street cleaning, landscaping, and waste management, which keep our public spaces immaculate and environmentally friendly. In addition to these services, Frontline plays a vital role in enhancing public safety by conducting routine patrols, ensuring proper lighting in public areas, and collaborating with residents, businesses, and local law enforcement to maintain a secure environment. Frontline’s dedicated efforts ensure that Eager Park remains a welcoming and safe place for all.

Frontline also works closely with residents to establish a block watcher and block captain program, empowering the community to actively participate in maintaining safety and cleanliness.

What is a Block Watcher/Block Captain?
A block watcher/block captain is a community member who volunteers to help monitor and enhance the safety and well-being of their neighborhood. Here are some key roles and responsibilities:

Block Watcher

  • Observation and Reporting: Block watchers keep an eye on their neighborhood and report any suspicious activities or safety concerns to the block captain and appropriate authorities.
  • Communication: They act as a liaison between residents and local law enforcement, facilitating the flow of information regarding safety issues and community concerns.
  • Awareness and Prevention: Block watchers help raise awareness about crime prevention techniques and encourage neighbors to look out for one another.

Block Captain

  • Leadership and Coordination: Block captains take on a leadership role, organizing block watchers and coordinating their efforts to ensure comprehensive coverage of the neighborhood.
  • Community Engagement: They engage with residents, encouraging participation in neighborhood safety programs and fostering a sense of community spirit.
  • Meetings and Training: Block captains often organize and lead regular meetings, workshops, and training sessions to educate residents on safety practices and emergency preparedness.
  • Problem-Solving: They work closely with local authorities and community organizations to address specific issues within their block, such as lighting, graffiti, and other public safety concerns.

By having block watchers and block captains, communities can adopt a more proactive approach to safety and cleanliness, strengthening neighborhood bonds and enhancing the overall quality of life.

If you live in Eager Park and would like to learn more about becoming a block watcher or block captain, or have any other community safety issue, please reach out to Angela LaPrade at