LANCASTER – Interested in learning more about the various community programs and services offer through the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Lancaster Station?
If so, mark your calendar for May 10.
Lancaster Sheriff’s Station will be hosting an Open House, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, May 10, at the Station, located at 501 West Lancaster Boulevard.
The Open House is part of the Station’s community outreach efforts, according to Community Relations deputy Miguel Ruiz.
“We want to include the community and let them know how we serve them,” Ruiz said.
Open House attendees will get a guided tour of the Station and learn more about the Sheriff’s Department’s many programs.
Representatives from the Recruitment Unit, S.H.A.R.E. Tolerance Program, and V.I.D.A. will be available for questions. Several non-profit organizations from throughout the Antelope Valley will also be present.
“We’re going to have nonprofit organizations like the Veteran’s Homeless Alliance, Grace Resources, Valley Oasis Domestic Violence Shelter, Pathways, and other programs that partner with the Sheriff’s Department to help better our community,” Ruiz said. “It’s a promotion for [those programs] and well as a promotion for us, for the community to be more aware of the services we provide.”
A local DJ will be providing music.
For more information on the Lancaster Sheriff’s Station Open House on May 10, contact Deputy Ruiz at (661) 940-3832.