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Neighborhood of the Year Award



2010 Neighborhood of the Year Award
Results

Grand Prize Winner

Neighborhood of the Year – Grand Prize Winner

Historic Old Southwest Neighborhood Association
Roanoke, Virginia
Old Southwest Holiday Parlor Tour

A rebirth took place in 1979 for the premier historic neighborhood of Old Southwest, located in Roanoke, VA when the first annual holiday parlor tour of homes was created. Known as a “past with a future” Old Southwest volunteers continue to give back to their community by working together.

Contact: Tim Taylor
Ph: 540/529-6036
E-mail: Twootees@hotmail.com


Social Revitalization/Neighborliness-Single Neighborhood

First Place

Historic Old Southwest Neighborhood Association
Roanoke, Virginia
Old Southwest Holiday Parlor Tour

A rebirth took place in 1979 for the premier historic neighborhood of Old Southwest, located in Roanoke, VA when the first annual holiday parlor tour of homes was created. Known as a “past with a future” Old Southwest volunteers continue to give back to their community by working together.

Contact: Tim Taylor
Ph: 540/529-6036
E-mail: Twootees@hotmail.com

Second Place

Kent West Hill Neighborhood
Association
Kent, Washington

Vandal Proof Mailbox Project

Plagued by the ever increasing problem of mailbox theft, our residents determined to resolve this problem. Instead of complaining that the city, police, and postal service were not doing enough residents accepted responsibility to find a solution to the problem by working with these agencies.

Contact: Dawn Banfield
Ph: 253-941-6362
E-mail: westhillneighbors@comcast.net

Third Place

Eastern Hills Neighborhood Association
Fort Worth, TX
Out to Lunch Bunch

Out to Lunch Bunch and Mom’s Group; examples of how to build a foundation of traditional neighborhood values, innovative ideas, and a strong sense of community. “We’re just old fashioned neighbors.”- states Richard Green, EHHA President.

Contact: La Wayne Hauser
Ph: 817-451-6998
E-mail: lkhauser@yahoo.com


Multi Neighborhood Project Partnerships

First Place

Idaho Crime Prevention Association
Meridian, Idaho
Treasure Valley Neighborhood Watch Summit


The Treasure Valley Neighborhood Watch Summit was a collaborated effort by Idaho Crime Prevention Association and 5 law enforcement agencies. With shrinking economies, foreclosures and unemployment it was time to infuse the communities especially Neighborhood Watch and leaders with hope, inspiration and tools to keep their neighborhoods healthy and livable

Contact: Melissa Delaney
Ph: 208.846-7360
E-mail: mdelaney@meridiancity.org

Second Place

Kent West Hill Neighborhood Association
Kent, Washington
Vandal Proof Mailbox Project


Plagued by the ever increasing problem of mailbox theft, our residents determined to resolve this problem. Instead of complaining that the city, police, and postal service were not doing enough residents accepted responsibility to find a solution to the problem by working with these agencies.

Contact: Laura Pierce
Ph: 535/872-6600 ext. 5050
E-mail: LPierce@kentreporter.com


Physical Revitalization Beautification – Single Neighborhood

First Place

Willmore City Heritage Association
Long Beach, California
School House on the Move Project

As a way to remove blighted vacant lots while preserving the historic character of the neighborhood, Willmore City Heritage Assoc. formed various partnerships to save a two-story Victorian from demolition and then move, refurbish and sell the turn-of-the-century home to local residents.

Contact: Cheryl Perry
Ph: (562) 715-0804
E-mail: perry351@hotmail.com

Second Place

Historic Old Northeast Neighborhood Association
St. Petersburg, Florida
Neighborhood Plan 2009


Historic Old Northeast Neighborhood Plan: Creating a vision for the future through planning, education and community involvement. Residents in partnership with City staff and professionals have designed a unique, user-friendly format for current and future neighborhood planning.

Contact: Sandra Gadsden
Ph: 893-8874
E-mail: Gadsden@sptimes.com

Contact: Roy LeBlanc
Ph: 893-8925
Email: leblanc@sptimes.com

Third Place

Bates Hendricks Neighborhood Association
Indianapolis, Indiana
Building Blocks of Affordable Living - “Fab for Less”


Bates Hendricks Neighborhood Association spent 18 months engaging and energizing residents in a comprehensive transformation of the 1400 and 1500 blocks of South New Jersey Street in Indianapolis. This grassroots effort resulted in an amazing partnership of residents, private foundations and city services in addressing infrastructure, beautification, crime and safety, housing, and community organizing capacity.

Contact: Jim Mulholland
Ph: (317) 503-5852
E-mail: jim@sendcdc.org

For more information contact
Robert Gibbons
1950 E. Washington Ave., #1
Madison, WI 53704
H: 608-244-0582
Email: robert.gibbons1@charter.net

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