Neighborhood Watch

The Village of Wellington's neighborhood watch groups serve a variety of functions within the community. Participation in an active watch group provides members with access to grant funding that may not be available to neighborhoods without an active watch group, in addition to providing them with tools that support the safety of the community. 

Wellington is currently looking for residents to become Block Captains for their street or block. These block captains are an integral component to keeping each block or street actively involved in crime prevention efforts as well as the important process of information exchange between neighbors, The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office, and the Village of Wellington. If you are interested in becoming a Block Captain or questions about the Neighborhood Watch program, please email gkelly@wellingtonfl.gov

Register to attend the upcoming Neighborhood Watch Seminars and Watch Group Meetings:


Register Here for the Iguana and Nile Monitor Awareness Zoom Seminar scheduled for Wednesday, August 11th at 5pm.

Register Here for the upcoming Fall Neighborhood Watch Meetings.

Coyote Awareness Seminar

Snake Awareness Seminar

Neighborhood Watch Night Out

Village of Wellington staff and PBSO stopped by the Neighborhood Watch Night Out events that were held at our Neighborhood Watch group neighborhoods. At each location a food truck was present and residents were able to catch up with neighbors and even meet new ones.

12/9/2020 Village Wide Neighborhood Watch Meeting

1/20/2021 Greenview Shores 1 & Wiltshire Village Neighborhood Watch Meeting

1/26/2021 Lakeside Shores Neighborhood Watch Meeting

2/10/2021 Rye Terrace Neighborhood Watch Meeting

2/24/2021 Wisteria Neighborhood Watch Meeting

3/03/2021 Sugar Pond Manor Neighborhood Watch Meeting

4/28/2021 Avondale Woods Neighborhood Watch Meeting


Neighborhood Watch Zones

View the interactive map to find your neighborhood watch zone.

View the map with an accessibility tool.