The Evansville Police Foundation is planning a pretty awesome, family-friendly event in April, and you are invited!

Evansville Public Safety Car Show

The Evansville Police Foundation will be holding a Public Safety Car Show featuring military, police, sheriff, fire, and EMT vehicles from the community. In addition, for a fee, civilians can show off their rides at the show too.

Experience First Response Vehicles Up Close

You and your kids will be able to experience police cars, firetrucks, and all kinds of other cool vehicles up close and personal. There will be food trucks on site the day of the event, as well.

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It's All Happening at Evansville's Wesselman Park

It is all happening on Saturday, April 27th at Wesselman Park located at 551 North Boeke Road in Evansville and for those that wish to spectate, it is completely free. Not only can you and the kids check out all the cool vehicles, you will also be able to experience the all new Wesselman Woods Playscape with free admission during the event.

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Register Your Civilian Vehicle for the Public Safety Car Show

For those that want to show off their civilian wheels, you can pay your $10 registration fee online in advance by visiting the Evansville Police Foundation website. All of the proceeds from the day's events will go toward the local park safety initiative in Evansville.

  • Wesselman Park
  • Saturday, April 27, 2024
  • 11 am - 3 pm

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Mark your calendar and get ready for an exciting day of fun to support this important initiative to keep our local parks safe for all who visit them.

[Source: Evansville Police Foundation via Facebook]

Best Looking State Patrol Cars In (Almost) Every State

For the past 10 years, the American Association of State Troopers has held a contest to determine which state has the best looking patrol cruiser. Nearly every state police agency submits their best photo of their sharpest patrol vehicle a chance to win the coveted cover photo on the association's annual calendar. From cop cars rushing through blizzards to vehicles on the Grand Ole Opry stage, here are this year's nominees.

Gallery Credit: Rob Carroll