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City Managers’ Department Now Accepting Submissions for Three Department Awards

Due Friday, Dec. 14

November 16, 2012

The League of California Cities’ City Managers’ Department annually presents three prestigious awards honoring distinguished members of the department. Please submit your applications by Dec. 14.

 

John H. Nail Memorial Award

The John H. Nail Memorial Award was created by the City Managers’ Department at the 1978 Annual Spring Conference in honor and memory of a highly regarded city manager and individual. The award is presented annually to an outstanding municipal assistant who has contributed significantly to his or her city government and to the advancement of the community as a whole.

The John H. Nail Memorial Award application has been posted to the League’s website.

Award for the Advancement of Diverse Communities

The City Managers’ Department has established a Committee on Diverse Communities to provide California communities the necessary resources and tools to help increase acceptance of our diversity and become more open, accessible, and inclusive. The committee’s focus is on diversity within California, both inside and outside city organizations.

The Award for Advancement of Diverse Communities honors a city manager or assistant who has been most successful in promoting the advancement of diversity within the community and the workplace through the development and implementation of effective programs, policies and/or practices encouraging diversity. 

The award for the Advancement of Diverse Communities application has been posted to the League’s website.

Wes McClure Award of Distinction

The Wes McClure Award of Distinction was established by the League’s City Managers’ Department in order to recognize the values and principals deemed essential to our professional conduct. This award is an opportunity to recognize a city manager’s outstanding career service, leadership, ethics, expertise and innovation in the field of city management as observed by their colleagues. The award is given to recognize those who make a difference to the profession.

The Wes McClure Award of Distinction application has been posted to the League’s website.

Application Submission

Send applications by mail to:

League of California Cities
1400 K Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
Attention: Meghan McKelvey

Applications can also be submitted by email to Megan McKelvey.

The deadline to submit applications is Friday, Dec. 14 at 5 p.m. 

All application forms can be found on the League’s website.

Please contact Meghan McKelvey at (916) 658-8253 if you have any questions. You will be sent a confirmation once your complete application is received.



 
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