Hartsdel Neighborhood Watch serves the Hartsdel neighborhood in Del City, Oklahama. The first neighborhood watch in Hartsdel was formed back in 1975. Membership was free and the lack of funds and volunteers to help contributed to the watch's early demise. The current Hartsdel Neighborhood Watch Association (HNWA) was organized in the spring of 1992 by Jasmin Alexander and Roy "Pete" Peterson, two residents with a dream of a safe neighborhood for all.

Benefits of a Neighborhood Watch

Volunteers are the heart of our organization. All officers (president, vice-president, treasurer, patrol captain, and secretary) are elected volunteers. Our patrollers are volunteers that donate their time, vehicles, gasoline and in most cases their own CB's, lights and other equipment. All patrollers and base unit operators are cleared by the Del City Police Department before they are allowed to patrol or run base units. We have district representatives, block captains, newsletter editors, a beautification committee, publicity committee, membership committee, bylaws committee, and auditing committee, and as well as other committees as required for special events.

Get Involved in the Neighborhood Watch

Membership is open to all residents (regardless of race, color or nationality) and all businesses in the area. This includes homeowners as well as renters. Yearly membership is only $12.00.

Hartsdel was the first neighborhood watch to be organized in Del City. Because of our success, five other neighborhood watch organizations have been organized, making Del City one of the first in the nation to be 100% covered by neighborhood watch associations!

Join us today for a safer and more beautiful neighborhood tomorrow. You can make a difference!

Our Neighborhood Boundaries

The Hartsdel NWA serves the neighborhood from the intersection of SE 44th and Bryant north to the intersection of Bryant and SE 29th, east to the intersection of SE 29th and Sunnylane, south to the intersection of Sunnylane and SE 44th and west to the point of origin of SE 44th and Bryant.