Youth Engagement Programs
City Hall Tours
West Valley City offers tours of City Hall combined with educational presentations to elementary school students, scout groups, and interested resident groups. The tour includes the various public spaces of City Hall, including the chambers where the city council meets to discuss city issues and vote. As a part of this program, groups learn about how our form of government works, how the City Council and mayor are chosen and what they do, and the services the city provides. Hopefully the experience of seeing the building where so many government functions are based will increase understanding of governmental processes as well as motivate participants to become involved in city programs and encourage good citizenship. Complete an online request.
Elementary School Presentations
A representative of the West Valley City Neighborhood Services Office is available to provide educational presentations at elementary schools in the city. The students learn about how our government in West Valley City is structured, the governmental process, as well as how the city council members and the mayor are chosen and what they do. The roles and functions of the various departments and the many services provided by the city are emphasized, as is the importance of becoming involved with the community and of being a good citizen. These presentations are designed to correlate with specific grade level curriculum.
Youth City Council
The Youth Council helps to give back to the community through learning activities and service projects. Involvement fosters a greater appreciation for our government and helps to bestow many skills that will be helpful throughout life. It also is a platform to interact with peers and make new friends. View more information on the Youth Council page
For more information about these programs, please contact us at:
West Valley City Hall
Neighborhood Services Office
3600 Constitution Boulevard
West Valley City, UT 84119
Discovery Passport 2018 Summer Program
Have some summer fun with your family and friends.
- For West Valley City youth, grade levels 1 through 8.
- Visit "destinations" around West Valley City.
- Take a picture to show your attendance.Tag images posted to social media, #DiscoverWVC
- To complete the passport, have parents or an adult sign the destination.
- Return the passport and photos to West Valley City Hall before August 30.
- Complete a Photo Release Form so images can be used in an exhibit at City Hall and the Utah Cultural Celebration Center.
Pick up your Discovery Passport at West Valley City Hall, Suite 230 or download a copy (PDF). (print double sided if possible)