Since 1998, the City has provided a unique service to meet the needs of our growing and diverse community: the Multicultural Engagement Program (formerly the Multilingual Community Outreach Program or MCOP). This program, unique in the Bay Area, provides City and community information to residents in four languages - English, Spanish, Chinese, and Russian - regarding City programs and services. In an effort to reach residents, particularly individuals who might not have access to traditional communication methods, the City provides multiple services. These include attendance at City and community events, outreach to schools and non-profits, and City program translation and interpretation services.
Multilingual information is provided on City Services, Community Emergency Response Training (CERT) classes, City events, housing, as well as mediation services and other topics, both in person and by phone at (650) 903-6145.
Visit the Community For All page to learn about the City's new goal to publicly declare
Mountain View's commitment to diversity and inclusion in our community or the Immigrant Resources page for a list of programs, resources, and services that may benefit immigrant residents of Mountain View.
Join us for the 2023 Lunar New Year Celebration on Saturday, Jan. 28 from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the Mountain View Community Center, 201 S Rengstorff Ave. in Redwood Hall.
All are welcome to enjoy a day of Asian arts and music, traditional performances, games and riddles to win prizes! Learn more about the meaning behind Lunar New Year and the rich customs of family, friends and neighbors as we welcome in the new year together.
|Able2Shine||HePing Waist Drum and
|Taixuan Guqin Society|
|CalColor||Hong Yan Dance Studio||USA Angel Choir|
|California Youth Chinese Symphony||Mountain View
|Ying Square Dance|
|Chiffon Fu Guzheng Ensemble
& Saratoga Chinese Chamber Music
Korean Autoharp Group
|Youtopia Dance Studio|
|Chinese Culture in High Tech||
Mountain View Korean Community
|El Camino Health -
Chinese Health Initiatives
|Rent Stabilization Program - City of Mountain View|
|Happy Dancing Group||Sunnyvale Senior
The City of Mountain View is proud to host free Spanish and Chinese Language Civic Leadership Academies for Spanish- and Mandarin-speaking Mountain View residents. These nine-week-long programs are designed to improve participants’ understanding of local government and City services.
Learn more about the programs by watching this video produced by Western City Magazine.
Learn more about the City of Mountain View's Chinese Language Civic Leadership Academy 中文市民领导力学院
Learn more about the City of Mountain View's Spanish Language Civic Leadership Academy.