American City & County Awards

American City & County annually awards communities and individuals for their accomplishments. Our individual leadership awards include Municipal Leader of the Year, County Leader of the Year and Public Works Official of the Year. Governments that complete a project with long-term implications are eligible for our America's Crown Communities Awards.

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Now Accepting Nominations for…

Crown Communities 2016

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America's Crown Communities

Lincoln, Neb.'s Antelope Valley Project, a 2012 America's Crown Communities AwardProjects submitted for consideration are judged on uniqueness, short- and long-term value to the community and effective/innovative financing. The winners are profiled in the December issue.

Deadline: Nov. 21

To apply, click here.

Past America's Crown Communities winners:

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Municipal Leader of the Year

Nominees are judged on major accomplishments, why the efforts were important to the community, and when they were completed. The winner is profiled in the October issue.

Deadline: September 23, 2016

Past Municipal Leader of the Year winners:

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Public Works Leader of the Year

Nominees are judged on major accomplishments, why the efforts were important to the community, and when they were completed. The winner is profiled in the August issue.

Deadline: CLOSED

Past Public Works Leader of the Year winners:

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County Leader of the Year

Nominees are judged on major accomplishments, why the efforts were important to the community, and when they were completed. The winner is profiled in the June issue.

Deadline: Closed

Past County Leader of the Year winners:

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