The distribution of facilities in villages reflects the level of development of the regions and the equilibrium in the spatial distribution of facilities can also express the rural population's access to such facilities. Given that in the developing countries, most of the population live in rural areas, recognizing the structural characteristics of the level of development and awareness of the capacities and environmental abilities of each region is important. In order to solve the problems caused by regional imbalances, the first step is to recognize and classify regions in terms of social, economic and service spheres in the regional development planning process. The bottlenecks and limitations of the regions are recognized and can be resolved. In this regard, the main objective of this research was to study the development or deprivation of villages in the Qazvin province. To achieve this goal, a descriptive-analytical method and a Scalogram model have been used. The development of villages in the Qazvin province has been studied and analyzed using 41 indicators including educational, commercial, cultural, health-therapeutic, infrastructure and other sectors. The results indicate that among the 46 ranked villages in the Qazvin province, Piriyosofian that is one of the villages of Alborz city has ranked first at the top of the table and the village of Alamot down in Qazvin city is in the last rank in the table. Then, according to the results obtained, the villages are divided into four categories: privileged, relatively privileged, semi-privileged and deprived. The deprived villages are located in Qazvin and Avaj, and the more developed villages are located in the city of Buin Zahra.