Learn about Peoria Neighborhood Associations.
Neighborhood Watch in Peoria is a collaboration between residents, businesses and the Police Department. It is an effective tool to improve the quality of life in our neighborhoods.
National Night Out Against Crime is a yearly event used to celebrate neighborhood camaraderie and to help support police-community relations.
Since 2006 the Mayor's Litter Committee has led a successful citywide effort to remove fast food cups, paper and plastic bags, cardboard, bottles and cigarette butts from our streets, alleys and vacant lots. In 2015, the committee evolved to become a resource to residents for logistic advice and source for little grabbers, safety vests, gloves and bags to clean up our neighborhoods. Also available for loan are two Pride Pals mascot costumes!
Temporarily suspended due to COVID.
A resident can ride along with a patrol officer during one of the following shifts and times:
- First Shift: 7 am to 3 pm
- Second Shift: 3 pm to 11 pm
- Third Shift: 11 pm to 7 am
- Fourth Shift: 8:30 pm to 4:30 am
The following document must be completed and returned to Jennifer Engelbrecht for approval prior to the ride-along: Release and Request for Police Ride (PDF)