For the nomination package and information, visit the nomination page.
Award recipients may be recognized for a single action, or for a contribution or achievement over an extended period of time. Nominees chosen are likely to have made an achievement or contribution of significant credit to Strathcona County and its residents, or demonstrate outstanding and exceptional effort, dedication or achievement.
A maximum of two awards may be presented in a category in any year, except for the Mayor's Award, of which only one is presented.
- Agricultural Leadership
- Arts, Culture and Heritage
- Community Service
- Economic Diversification
- Heroism and Leadership
- Outstanding Group
- Service to Seniors
Arts, Culture and Heritage
Recognizes an individual's outstanding achievements or contributions in literary, visual, performing, film and video arts, or in preserving and sharing local culture and history
These may include:
- good citizenship
- humanitarian efforts
- environmental protection and stewardship
- May include successful efforts to adapt or expand a business, product or service, or the introduction of a new business that significantly contributes to the diversification of business and industry in our community.
(Not intended to recognize individuals responding in a professional capacity.)
Recognizes a non-profit organization or community association for its outstanding and long-lasting contributions to make Strathcona County a thriving, dynamic, caring and safe community
- Focus is on volunteer and community contributions, not academic achievement.
Selected from all eligible nominations, the Mayor's Award recognizes an individual or group for the contribution or achievement that merits the highest civic recognition from Strathcona County.
The Mayor's Award recipient is likely to have made an achievement or contribution of a lasting nature, or attained a level of excellence recognized beyond Strathcona County.
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