Mayor’s Message: June 2024

Mayor Dave Young honors the 2,177 veterans buried in the Orem City Cemetery and invites us all to honor their legacy and memory by being great community members.

Want Us to Come to your Event?

Are you planning a community, school, or church event, activity, or meeting and would like to have the Orem Police. Fire, and/or Neighborhood Improvement Team participate? Do you have a scout group or school group that would like to tour the police or fire department or have a safety or fire prevention workshop? Please complete the online form at  to share the details and we will get back to you about participating and scheduling.  Thank you! 

Fill Out the Request Form

Orem Neighborhood Commission

For the purposes of planning and communication, Orem has established 9 districts with 2 to 3 neighborhoods each. Every district has two representatives who serve on the Orem Neighborhood Commission, along with one member of the city council. Together, these representatives help determine neighborhood plans and projects and serve as a source for information for Orem residents.

Communication to neighborhood residents will be done through targeted emails, mailings, social media, utility bills, newsletters, schools, and the utilization of a network of community leaders that are connected with the people of a given neighborhood or area. 

Use the map below to see which district includes your neighborhood.

To reach your Orem Neighborhood Commission Representative or for any questions or concerns you have about Orem neighborhoods in general, please fill out this form or email oremneighborhoods@orem.gov.