Bonneville County Juvenile Probation Community Service


Bonneville County Juvenile Probation

Community Service

The Bonneville County Juvenile Probation Community Service Program provides a positive, intermediate consequence that gives youth the opportunity to give back to their community.  The program encourages juvenile probationers to take responsibility for their actions, by instilling in them the value of hard work, accountability, honesty and the benefit of serving others.  Community service can be court-ordered or probation officers may also use community service as a consequence. 
Work Crew Supervisors CANNOT excuse absences.  Only the assigned PO can excuse an absence.  If you fail to show up for a crew without notifying your PO, sanctions may apply.   Please read the rules for additional information regarding the Community Service “no show” policy.  

Community Service Rules


Each juvenile will be required to sign in each and every crew.  Juveniles are required to know their PO’s name and their parent/guardian’s phone number.  This information is vital and must be listed on the sign in sheet.  Parents, please make sure that you are available during crew times in case of an emergency.  If you will be unavailable during crew times, please speak with a community service supervisor when dropping off your child and leave an alternative name and number with them.  
Youth have the opportunity to sign up for work crews at Moulton Gardens, Bonneville County Courthouse, and other projects throughout the year.  


September Crews:

Bonneville County Court House

Where: 605 North Capital (Map)
Please enter through the north/west doors adjacent to Memorial Drive. DO NOT ENTER THROUGH THE LAW ENFORCEMENT SECURITY ENTRANCE.

Tuesday & Thursday 5:30 - 8:30


Moulton Gardens

Where: Moulton garden is across from 3B (Map)
Please dress appropriately and bring water.

Wednesday 8:00 - 11:00

Monday, Wednesday & Friday 4:30 - 7:30

Saturday 8:00 - 11:00


NOTICE:  To sign-up for community service crews, you will need to contact your PO and have them sign you up.  

Probation Officer Emails & Phone Numbers