People that make a difference by helping others, beautifying our city, volunteering, supporting their neighbors, or in other ways demonstrate “Good Neighbor Behavior” are eligible for the award.
Not sure if someone qualifies to be nominated? Do you know someone that:
- Shovels your sidewalk when it snows “just because”?
- Mows your lawn when you’re on vacation?
- Checks in on seniors in the neighborhood?
- Organizes neighborhood parties or gatherings?
- Brightens your day by pulling your trash receptacle up from the street?
- Loves Northglenn and shows it in his/her own unique way?
- Serves on a board or commission and is working to help shape the future of the city?
- Volunteers within the community to help those need, keep us safe, or improve our parks/open space?
- Takes action in a way that makes you think “I am so glad they are part of my community”?
Honorees are invited to a reception with council members the evening of the recognition ceremony. Then, at the beginning of the city council meeting, a brief introduction is read for each recipient. Honorees come forward to accept their award, and a photo of all recipients and council members is taken for recognition in city publications. A commemorative booklet with the achievements of each honoree is produced as a keepsake. Names of recipients are listed on the City of Northglenn Good Neighbor award web page. If a recipient is unable to attend the recognition ceremony, the award and booklet will be mailed to the individual if an address is provided.
- Nominations are accepted year-round. There are three recognition events a year. For 2020 the dates are: July 27 (application due date July 10), and Nov. 9 (application due date October 30). The April 27 recognition was cancelled due to COVID-19. Any nominees prior to that date will be recognized at the July event.
- Nominations must be by a current or former Northglenn resident.
- Residents of any age are eligible.
- The award is intended for Northglenn residents, however, if a nominee resides somewhere else but has a regular “neighborly” impact in Northglenn, he/she may be eligible.
- Current City of Northglenn employees or current elected officials are not eligible for the award. Family members of employees/elected officials are eligible, but may not be nominated by current employee/elected official that is a family member.
- Past recipients of the Resident Recognition program or Good Neighbor Award are not eligible. There is a list of recipients at the bottom of this web page.
- A complete application form must be submitted (see below.)
In 2019, the City of Northglenn created a Resident Recognition program to honor residents that made a difference in the community. The program was implemented during the 50th anniversary of the city, and the goal of honoring 50 residents was exceeded. The success of the resident recognition program spurred the “Good Neighbor” award. See the 2019 Resident Recognition program honorees below.
The ENTIRE form must be completed for entries to be submitted.
2019 Resident Recognition Program Honorees
Listed in alphabetical order by first name:
- Adam Nunn
- Alan Richardson
- Babbie Kochman
- Brian and Phillip Jr. Carney
- Bryan Weatherly
- Carol Dodge
- Carol Woitalewicz
- Chris DeMay
- Christine Crabtree
- Cole & Danielle St. Peter
- David Britton
- Dr. Darwin Strickland
- Ellie Wills
- Gerald Dagenais (awarded posthumously)
- Greyson Seilor
- Heathre Palige
- Horace Savoie
- Jack White
- Jeff Paplow, Sr.
- Jerry Gavette
- Jerry Murphy
- Jim Lynch
- Joe Dunn
- Kathie Novak
- Kelly & Charlene Moser
- Kim Snetzinger
- Krystal and Jerry Luthye
- Lauren Weatherly
- Leslie Carrico
- Marge Carlow
- Marty Follett
- Mary Herman
- Mary Mondragon
- Mary Murphy
- Odell Barry
- Pastor Kim Skattum
- Randy Fryer
- Raul Ibarra
- Rick, Amy, Madison, Ricky and Jackson Bezjak
- Rob Konrade
- Rosie Garner
- Ross Bruny
- Santiago Gonzales
- Shannon Burns
- Tamara Burke
- Virgil and Barbara Hall
- Wayne Dodge
- Wayne Miller
- Wes Frame
- Wilson "Pogo" Lindquist
- Zen Rose Kretsinger