Pride of Marysville Neighborhood Improvement Awards
About the Awards The Pride of Marysville Neighborhood Improvement Awards recognize neighbors and businesses who take pride in their property in ways that enhance the appearance of the community. The awards are intended to inspire other neighbors to improve their homes and landscapes. Business owners are recognized for the "curb appeal" of their business facade and location.
A well-kept home, neighborhood and business says that residents take pride in their community. With pride comes value, beauty and a great image for our city.
Nomination process Award winners are drawn from a pool of nominees selected by the community through an nomination process. A committee consisting of a City Council member, business community representative, Parks and Recreation representative and two citizens selected at large is responsible for selecting the winners across categories. The Mayor names his winning selection from the same pool for those candidates eligible.
Categories There are four award categories:
Best Residential Property - Pride of the Neighborhood
Mayor's Choice - James Comeford Award focused on improvements in Downtown/Waterfront district
How to Nominate There are several ways that your can nominate a home or business:
Email your nominee (address,owner name if known, why they should be selected) and photo(s) if available to Parks Director Jim Ballew at firstname.lastname@example.org
Nominations are due by the first Friday in August. Award winners are announced in the fall, and recognized formally at a City Council meeting. Customized, engraved yard markers are provided for placement in the winning yard, landscaping, neighborhood entrance or business.