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What We Do


The Laveen Community Council is dedicated to the community of Laveen and its surrounding areas. We are a 100% volunteer-based organization, with more then 300 volunteers that help us to be successful. All money that we earn helps to fund youth programs, create a connected community, and build a neighborhood we can be proud to call home. We have more than 25 community Member Groups that represent a large portion of Laveen including schools, several community churches, youth sport organizations, scout troops, 4-H/FFA, civic organizations, and parent groups.

Meetings are held on the 1st Tuesday of each month (September through May) at 7 p.m. in Building 'A' on Laveen Elementary School Campus at 51st Ave. & Dobbins Rd. on the SE Corner.

Our success is measured in the number of people we can help with the quality of programs and services we provide. These programs are fueled by our dedicated staff, caring volunteers and generous donors like you.

  • Bench Inscription
    Bench Inscription

    This bench made possible by the "Neighborhood Arts Grant" by the Phoenix Arts & Culture Dept., the City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation Dept., the Laveen Art League, the Laveen Community Council and the Laveen Elementary School District, Desert Meadows School Art Club.

  • Bench 1
    Bench 1
  • Bench 2
    Bench 2
  • Loving Laveen Bench Project
    Loving Laveen Bench Project

    "Loving Laveen Community Art and Reading Space " Bench Project dedication on May 3. The event was attended by community members, the art club at Desert Meadows Elementary School, (who designed and made the ceramic tile ), the Laveen Art League, the Laveen Community Council, and Laveen Elementary School District. The Benches are located just east of the Cesar Chavez Library in the Cesar Chavez Park.
    The project was made possible through the City of Phoenix Arts and Culture Department Neighborhood Grant.