The 2019 Awards and Workshop will be held APRIL 13, 2019 at the Tempe History Museum as part of Mayor Mitchell's State of the Neighborhoods. Mark your calendar!
Every neighborhood has people and places deserving of recognition. Help us celebrate residents, properties and businesses that make your neighborhood special by submitting a nomination in one of four categories.
Neighbor of the Year Award
Recognize neighbors, organizations and businesses that help to strengthen and creatively build the Tempe community through their commitment to and involvement in neighborhoods. Click here for the Neighbor of the Year nomination form.
Recognize neighbors that keep their alleys well maintained, clean and free of weeds and graffiti. Click here for the Alley Award nomination form.
Recognize efforts by neighbors to beautify residential properties or community areas that enhance the neighborhood’s appearance and help create more inviting and comfortable environments. Click here for the Beautification Award nomination form.
Recognize residents, organizations and businesses that help to strengthen and creatively build the Tempe community through their commitment to and involvement in sustainability. Click here for the Sustainability Award nomination form.
Thank you to everyone that joined us at the 2018 State of the Neighborhoods and Awards. The nominees and award winners for 2018 include:
Neighbor of the Year Awards
Kathye Allen, Chipperwood Neighborhood - Honorable Mention
John Brittain, Marlborough Park HOA - Honorable Mention
Stephanie Cargill, Hollis Park Neighborhood - Honorable Mention
Debbie Clegg, Shalimar Neighborhood - Honorable Mention
Richard Dippold, Marlborough Park HOA - Honorable Mention
Dave Kellar, Scuddar Park Neighborhood - Honorable Mention
Michele Meyer, Evergreen Neighborhood - Honorable Mention
Ted and Carolyn Raper, Broadmor Neighborhood - Honorable Mention
Deb Gain-Braley, Papago Park View Neighborhood – Neighbor of the Year Award Winner
Tempe Empty Bowls - Chuck Malpede Neighbor of the Year Award Winner
Property Beautification Awards
Michael and Sheila Manion, Alta Mira neighborhood - Honorable Mention
Eric and Debbie Muilenberg, Alta Mira neighborhood - Honorable Mention
John Kozel – Property Beautification Award Winner
John and Emily Tanner, Wilson Arts and Garden neighborhood – Golden Shovel Award Winners
Special Moments Catering - Sustainable Business Award Winner
Arizona State University, NatureWorks and the Ramsey Social Justice Foundation - Sustainable Community Collaboration Award Winner
Historic Preservation Awards
Kirkland McKinney Ditch Lining Project - Award Winner
Tomlinson Estates Historic District - Award Winner
Gila River Indian Community - Award Winner