Santa is coming to see all the girls and boys!
He's spreading Christmas cheer,
to all those who are "deer",
throwing LOTS of candy and some toys!
The Deer Park Volunteer Fire Department (DPVFD) will continue its annual Christmas tradition – the Santa Around Town tours – from December 11 to 13. On those nights from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., DPVFD will visit Deer Park streets atop a decorated sleigh, but at Santa’s request, the sleighs will look a little different this year.
“Santa noticed that the Deer Park Volunteer Fire Department had 3 new high-water vehicles, and he wanted to use them as part of Santa Around Town – of course, because Santa asked, we’re making it happen,” said Justin Crow, Deputy Fire Chief of Station #2. “In fact, using the high-water vehicles will allow us to visit approximately 30 additional streets, as well as apartment complexes. We hope everyone will bring their families out and spend this time with us.” As usual, Santa’s helpers will be distributing candy along the route. The department asks that parents assist Santa with keeping small children safe as Santa passes by.
"Santa Around Town is a very special tradition for our department, and we hope to see the Deer Park community take part this year," Chief Don Davis said. "We always look forward to this event as a chance to share the holiday spirit with our residents, and for both adults and children to see our department in a friendlier, more casual setting.”
More information and Santa's routes can be found here.