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500 Castro Street
Mountain View, CA 94039-7540

(650) 903-6301

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Youth and Teen Resources

The National League of Cities' Mayors' Action Challenge for Children and Families calls on mayors to set specific, measurable, locally defined goals or targets in each of the following areas to ensure that every child has:

• Opportunities to learn and grow;
• A safe neighborhood to call home;
• A healthy lifestyle and environment; and
• A financially fit family in which to thrive.

The City of Mountain View has signed on to the Mayors' Action Challenge since 2009. A summary of the City's youth initiatives can be found here.

This City of Mountain View Youth and Teen Resources Page is intended to provide a comprehensive list of the programs, resources services the City conducts to benefit children and young adults in the community. It also includes links to local and regional services and websites which may be of benefit to children, young adults and their families. The City of Mountain View has compiled these resources for the convenient use by parents, youth, youth and family workers, administrators etc. We do not recommend any specific program or service.

If you have questions about these City services, please feel free to contact the City's Youth Resources Manager at (650) 903-6301.

For school group tours of City Hall please email: Youth Services.

If you have questions and would like to speak to someone proficient in Spanish, Russian or Chinese (Mandarin), please contact the City's Community Outreach Program or call (650) 903-6145.

In order to foster “a safe, diverse community that respects its youth and nurtures, educates and encourages them to be responsible, civically engaged and prepared for the future,” the Mountain View City Council recently adopted a Youth Action Plan focused on positive youth behavior and healthy development. A copy of the full Youth Action Plan can be found here.