From DRCOG, Denver Council Region of Governments
It's time to shine.
You know what's great about your organization or community.
Why don't you let the entire region know, too?
Your colleagues are hard at work, doing great work: Collaborating with local, state and federal partners; the business community; philanthropic and not-for-profit organizations.Their work has resulted in stronger bonds among neighbors, an improved quality of life for residents, and more opportunities for people to live, work and play in your community. They may not take the time to draw attention to their work. But you can.
Please make a nomination for the Denver Regional Council of Governments annual awards.We've made it easier than ever to submit a nomination (visit drcog.org/annualawards), but we need to hear from you by Jan. 31.
Metro Vision Awards
We welcome nominations of projects, programs and plans that foster local innovation around transportation and personal mobility, growth and development, community resiliency, promoting access to opportunity as well as aging and disability resources. Successful applications will detail innovative, community examples of how commitment by today's residents helps the Denver region achieve its ambitious vision for the future. For more information on nomination criteria, visit drcog.org/annualawards.
(Read about last year's winners.)
John V. Christensen Memorial Award
The John V. Christensen Memorial Award has been presented since 1972 and is regarded as one of the region's most prestigious awards. Established in memory of John V. Christensen, one of DRCOG's founders and an Arapahoe County commissioner, it recognizes individuals who promote cooperation and collaboration for the benefit of the region. For more information on nomination criteria, visit drcog.org/annualawards.
(Read about Jack Hilbert, last year's recipient.)
Save the date! April 26, 2017
2017 Annual Awards Celebration
Sheraton Denver Downtown
1550 Court Pl.
Denver, CO 80202