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We're hiring! Join us in making a positive impact for over 60,000 community members each year. All positions starting at $15/hr and higher.

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Who We Are

Founded in 1965, Utah Community Action is one of the largest nonprofit agencies dedicated to fighting poverty and its root causes in Utah. Today, we serve over 60,000 people annually through six core programs–Adult Education, Case Management & Housing, Head Start preschool, HEAT utility assistance, Nutrition, and Weatherization for homes.

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Adult Education

For many adults living in poverty, there are multiple barriers to earning a living wage. Utah Community Action offers classes and educational resources to help adults obtain employment, increase their wage-earning potential, and decrease barriers to self-reliance.

Our Adult Education program increases career pathways for people in the community through five main learning opportunities: Child Development Associate Credential (CDA), Sauté Culinary Employment Program, ESL, ACHIEVE! Financial Success, and an in-house GED Prep program.

In 2020, UCA helped 304 clients access better job opportunities.

Adult Education

Head Start Preschool

Our Head Start program focuses on health, education, and self-reliance for children 0-5 and their families. Each year, UCA serves over 2,000 children through free early childhood education, healthy meals, medical and dental screenings, and holistic support for the whole household.

The Head Start & Early Head Start program has been delivering comprehensive early education services for low-income families in our community for over 55 years and has been recognized as the Best Public Preschool in Utah.

In 2020, we provided virtual learning and center-based learning to 2,982 children, including 33% of dual learners.

Head Start Preschool

HEAT Utility Assistance

Our year-round, Home Energy Assistance Target (HEAT) program assists low-income families struggling with their power and gas bills to maintain safety and comfort in their homes.

During the pandemic, paying utility bills has been increasingly difficult for many families facing lost income. HEAT also provides energy education to reduce energy bills, budget counseling to help clients stay on track financially, and goal setting to assess additional needs.

In 2020, this program was able to help 31,999 individuals with over $9.8 million in assistance.

HEAT Utility Assistance

Case Management & Housing

Through deposit and emergency rental assistance, landlord-tenant mediation, and homelessness services our Case Management & Housing program helps clients to obtain and maintain safe, stable and affordable housing. This year, one of the most urgent issues facing our community has been the inability to make housing payments with many facing evictions.

Utah Community Action was able to stabilize 9,849 individuals impacted by COVID-19 and other financial hardships in 2020.

Case Management & Housing

Nutrition & Emergency Food

Founded on the belief that access to healthy food provides the foundation for future success, our Nutrition program includes a Central Kitchen, the Redwood and Copperview Food & Resource Centers, as well as a partnership with Salt Lake County Aging and Adult Services to provide meals at the Midvale, Millcreek, and Draper Senior Cafes.

From healthy meals for preschoolers and seniors to emergency food assistance, during the pandemic, this program has provided contactless curbside pickup meals for community members facing food insecurity.

In 2020, UCA was able to provide 14,578 boxes of emergency food as well as over 720,000 meals for children and seniors.

Emergency Food

Weatherization for Homes

Serving Salt Lake, Tooele, Davis, Weber, and Morgan counties. Our Weatherization program ensures families well-being through cost-effective home improvements and energy audits.

The critical services that Weatherization provides are offered free of charge to clients and include replacing incandescent lighting; repairing windows, doors, and furnaces; wall, floor, ceiling, duct insulation; and carbon monoxide testing.

Our program reduces utility costs and increases comfort and safety for clients year-round. On average, there is a 35% reduction in energy costs. Last year, UCA was able to serve over 770 individuals through this program.

Weatherization

We Make A Difference

Over

60,000

Served in Salt Lake, Toole, Morgan, Weber and
Davis Counties

Over

5,000

Adults and children
received education

Over

720,000

Healthy meals served.

Over

32,000

People received housing
and utility assistance

  • “Utah Community Action came into my life at a critical moment. It gave me a safe space, practical help, a sense of community and belonging, and encouragement. I am truly so grateful, and I know I can never repay what was done for me, but look forward to the day I can pay it forward.”

    Paola Leao - UCA Client
  • “I am evidence that the Head Start program works. I have been inspired to continue serving others through education. My family has been empowered and motivated to endure through adversity. Our community here in Utah has been, and will continue to be uplifted for the work that each of you do.”

    Sofia Ortega-Flores - UCA Head Start Graduate

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Our work wouldn't be possible without the generosity of this community. Donate below to support individuals and families with the services and tools they need to reach self-reliance.

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Источник: https://www.utahca.org/

Utilities

Electricity
City of Valley City (701-845-1700, Extn. 1)

  • Owns and maintains the electric distribution system.
  • Electrical power purchased from the Western Area Power Administration (www.wapa.gov) and Missouri River Energy Services(www.mrenergy.com).
  • Two electric substations with 25 mega watt capacity each.
  • Peak demand is 20 mega watt with load management.

Cass County Electric Cooperative (701-356-4511)

  • Owns the source of power and has mine mouth generation with the power plant located adjacent to the mining operation.
  • Aggressive load management programs.
  • Electrical power purchased from Minkota Power Cooperative Inc. (www.minkota.com)
  • Serves over 56,000 accounts, with 5521 miles of line in 10 counties.
  • Energy cost analysis available for operations with an energy use profile.

 

Water

City of Valley City (701-845-1700, Extn. 1)

  • Sourced from wells in the Valley City aquifer and the Sheyenne River.
  • Total storage capacity is over 2 million gallons with clear well capacity of 1.5 million gallons.
  • Water treatment plant capacity is 4 million gallons per day.
  • Pumping capacity is 3.5 million gallons per day.
  • Excess capacity is 3 million gallons per day.

Barnes Rural Water Users, Inc. (701-845-1117)

  • Water sourced from Spiritwood Aquifer, Urbana, ND, serves over 2,000 accounts in 17 cities.
  • Annual water consumption is 120 million gallons.

 

Sanitation

City of Valley City (701-845-1700, Extn. 1)

  • Owned and operated by the City of Valley City.
  • Sanitation/sewer services provided through 120 acres of lagoon cells and 11 lift stations.
  • Over 192 million gallons of holding capacity over 6 months.
  • Present load is one million gallons per day.
  • Excess capacity is 30 million gallons over 6 months.
  • Transfer station.

 

Natural Gas

Montana – Dakota Utilities (800-638-3278)

Источник: https://valleycitynd.org/vdg-utilities

Energy Assistance Programs

Energy Assistance Programs

Home» Utah Free Energy Assistance» West Valley City

Welcome to our West Valley City listing page. We provide listings for low income families who need help paying their electric bills.
EnergyAssistance.us lists programs sponsored by local governments as well as non-profit organizations designed to assist low-income individuals and families with utility bills.
There are federal funds destined to subsidize electric and heating bills in West Valley City, Utah.

Division of Housing Community Development

Division of Housing  Community Development

324 South State, Suite 500
Salt Lake City, UT - 84111
1-877-488-3233

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Источник: https://www.energyassistance.us/ci/ut-west_valley_city

LANDFILL:
The Northwest Iowa Area Landfill [1] accepts most household hazardous materials (HHMs) at no cost. Examples of acceptable HHMs include:

  • Caustic household cleaners
  • De-greasers
  • Paint (latex paint will be assessed a fee of $1.00 per
    gallon)
  • Pesticides and herbicides
  • Polishes
  • Solvents
  • Stain removers

Please do not include these items in your weekly garbage containers or empty down your drains.

Hours are Monday, Wednesday and Friday, from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm. Please contact the landfill at (712) 324-4026 to schedule an appointment to dispose of any HHMs. The landfill also has a transportable HHM drop-off facility that visits Sioux Center annually. Please see the city’s events calendar for the next available date. The landfill is located at 4540 360th Street, Sheldon, IA 51201-8020.

CALL BEFORE YOU DIG
When you have a project that requires digging, your first step is to contact Iowa One Call. You can do this by calling 811 or 1-800-292-8989. For more information, go to the Iowa One Call website or click here.

Источник: https://www.cityofrockvalley.com/web/utilities-and-waste/

West Valley City Public Works in West Valley, Utah

Popularity:#7 of 9 Public Works Departments in Salt Lake County#34 of 42 Public Works Departments in Utah#2,555 in Public Works Departments

West Valley City Public Works Contact Information

Address and Phone Number for West Valley City Public Works, a Public Works, at 3600 West, West Valley UT.

Name
West Valley City Public Works
Address
2805 3600 West
West Valley, Utah, 84119
Phone
801-955-3720

Map of West Valley City Public Works in West Valley, Utah

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Public Works Departments Nearby

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About the West Valley City Public Works

The West Valley City Public Works, located in West Valley, UT, is responsible for maintaining and improving West Valley public infrastructure and public properties. The Department of Public Works (DPW) contains divisions devoted to roads and highways, parks and recreation facilities, public buildings, sanitation, and utilities. Their responsibilities also include fleet maintenance and engineering services.

You may contact the Department of Public Works for questions about:
  • West Valley Public Works programs and projects
  • Roads, Bridges and Highways
  • Public Works Commissions in Salt Lake County, Utah
  • West Valley Public Utilities
  • Reporting Public Works problems
  • Public Works jobs and employment

Public Works Departments near West Valley

Источник: https://www.countyoffice.org/west-valley-city-public-works-west-valley-ut-bf4/
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