The West Valley City Neighborhood Services Office strives to preserve, improve, & revitalize neighborhoods by helping residents access city services. An emphasis is placed on partnerships between residents, business owners, elected officials, & city employees to build & preserve clean, safe neighborhoods that reflect the diversity of the city’s population.
Plan to join us in August 2018 for the 35th annual National Night Out! There are many ways to participate, plan a neighborhood block party, attend a safety fair, attend a Neighborhood Watch Meeting, and bring the family to the Heroes Celebration.
Please join the West Valley City Clean & Beautiful Committee at their annual WVC SpringFest 2018 in April 2018. More infromation will be released soon with details and location. If you are interested in learning more about this volunteer resident committee and how you can be involved in this FREE community event please visit their page. More Information ...
Neighborhood Services Programs
The Neighborhood Services Office contributes to the building of organized, involved, connected, safe and attractive neighborhoods by work with neighborhood associations, the City and the broader community. We encourage all members of our community to be actively engaged in civic affairs with a primary focus on providing resources and support to organize and maintain a system of City recognized neighborhood organizations. Participation in a neighborhood organization is open to all residents, property owners and business owners within the City. We do this by:
Building capacity of neighborhood leaders to be effective organizers and representatives of neighborhood issues and concerns.
Educating neighborhood groups and the larger community about opportunities for public participation.
Empowering neighborhood groups to clarify goals and priorities and be effective problem solvers.
Promoting the benefits of participating in neighborhood associations.
Providing forums for discussion of important neighborhood issues.
Providing resources to enhance neighborhood identity.
Empowering youth with a greater understanding of City government and how to become engaged citizens.
Improving communication and collaboration between City government, neighborhood groups and the larger community.
“I like to see a man proud of the place in which he lives. I like to see a man live so that his place will be proud of him.” - Abraham Lincoln