Members Only: Join us June 7

Join us for our quarterly member meeting

Special guest: Carl Simpson - Assistant City Manager, City of Dallas

A goal of 24HourDallas has been to encourage the City of Dallas to give more focus to Dallas’ nighttime economy.

This includes seeing the economic potential of our night industries and in thinking differently about how nightlife challenges are addressed by city departments.

There are changes brewing at City Hall. If you a member of 24HourDallas, join us for an in-person member meeting and happy hour, Tuesday, June 7, 2022, 5-6 p.m.  Log in to get details and to RSVP.

If you are not a member, now is a good time to join. Create an account and join here.

Sign the charter. Take the pledge.

Women deserve to be safe after dark

Nighttime business in Dallas: Take the pledge now to make women's safety a priority

By City of Dallas mayoral proclamation, nighttime businesses have been encouraged to sign the 24HourDallas Charter Advocating Women’s Nighttime Safety.

Our charter offers seven tenets that will help keep women’s safety at the forefront of your nighttime operations.

Does your business or organization have employees or customers in a physical location in the city of Dallas at night?

Support these Dallas businesses and organizations

Support those who support you

These Dallas businesses and organizations have pledged to make women's nighttime safety a priority

Since unveiling our Women’s Nighttime Safety Charter on March 8, 2022, 15 eligible businesses and organizations have signed the 24HourDallas Charter Advocating Women’s Nighttime Safety.

That means that the entities are taking extra steps to ensure the safety of women employees, customers and visitors.

So far, our signatories include restaurants, bars, a hospital, a tourism destination and even a food truck.

Thank you Pernod Ricard USA for sponsoring our website

Join our members as we create a safe, vibrant, and diverse nighttime culture in Dallas for businesses, residents, and guests.

Sign the Charter
Does your business value women’s well-being at night? Sign our Charter Advocating Women’s Nighttime Safety.

Faithful Volunteers Sought
We have an interfaith outreach idea in mind for ordained and lay leaders. Help us develop our Sidewalk Ambassadors.

We especially thank our Alliance Partners!