Rotonda West Neighborhood Watch continues to get great reviews and support from the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office. Recently Sheriff Bill Prummell stated that the Watch “is doing a bang-up job as the extra eyes and ears of the Sheriff’s Office”. The Sheriff has stated in the past that our Watch is “absolutely the best in Charlotte County and a model of what a Watch should be.”
This year, the Watch will continue to provide a valuable community service to deter crime in all our neighborhoods. We owe this great accomplishment to our many dozens of faithful volunteers, many of whom have served for more than a decade.
A continuing goal is to expand our membership each year. All we ask is that our volunteers devote two hours each month to patrol our streets, or to serve as base station volunteers. If you are a part-time resident, we encourage your service while you are here, as well as full-time residents.
Every volunteer receives training, a copy of our monthly newsletter, and the satisfaction of knowing that you are giving back to your community. Another advantage is that you can become more connected with individuals that are active in the Rotonda West Association.
If you are interested in learning more, please call President Jack Horner at (941) 214-5358, or Ron Quinn, Vice President, at (941) 697-4426. You can also get up-to-date information at our web site: www.rotondawestneighborhoodwatch.com
Take a look at our monthly newsletter, The Watch Word, that is posted each month on our website. It has some great safety tips from the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office and our Rotonda West Neighborhood Watch.
Rotonda West Neighborhood Watch meets at 10 AM on the second Wednesday of each month at the Community Center, 646 Rotonda Circle. All are welcome. Until the Community Center is reopened after COVID 19 virus slows down, our meetings will be held on Zoom. Come join us.