Block Leader Reference Links
Our Shining Work - List of Block Leader accomplishments/activities. Check it out for ideas in your neighborhood!
Know Your Neighbors Card – Recommended for multi-unit complexes. Introduce yourself and swap cards with close-by neighbors. In an emergency, completed cards enable neighbors to contact you, or your family.
Mindful Conflict Training - Understand conflict styles
SAFETY & PREPAREDNESS
Sheriff's West Valley Division presentations to Block Leaders:
How to Help Senior Neighbors (presentation January 2020)
- Case Management Resources
- Case Management brochure
- Senior Services
- LIFE file (Lifesaving Information for Emergencies) - provided by County Emergency Medical Services
Neighborhood Watch - Train to recognize and report suspicious activities. Plan a Neighborhood Watch meeting.
After a major earthquake, or other disaster, relay your neighborhood status to the ARK in your Reporting Zone. Collected information is communicated to the city's Emergency Operations Center. Unsure which Reporting Zone you're in? Check out the city map.
Disaster Reporting/Office of Emergency Services (presentation January 2019)
Residents may have to rely heavily on their neighbors for recovery and supplies after a major disaster. These forms help to survey the skills and resources within your neighborhood:
GREEN in the NEIGHBORHOODS - Environmental and Sustainability Programs (presentation October 2019)