Town of Herndon to Honor Good Neighbors

Have a great neighbor? Nominate them for Herndon's Good Neighbor Award.

The Town of Herndon and the Cultivating Community Initiative are seeking to honor those great neighbors who are friendly and helpful. 

Do you have a neighbor who helps with neighborhood projects, one who watches pets or homes when owners are on vacation? A neighbor who's friendly and helpful? 

They could be honored with the town's 2012 Good Neighbor Award. Nominations are being accepted through Oct. 26. Town residents can nominate a family member, friend or neighbor who helps positively impact the quality of life in their neighborhoods.

Recipients must be Town of Herndon residents and the act or acts for which they are nominated for must not have been done as a part of their paid employment. 

Good Neighbor Award honorees will be recognized by Herndon's mayor and town council at a public meeting and will receive a commemorative gift.

Nomination forms can be found on the Cultivating Community page of the town's website by clicking here. Forms can also be found at the Herndon Municipal Center and the Neighborhood Resource Center. 

For more information, call 703-435-6800, extension 2084 or email information@herndon-va.gov

Barbara Glakas October 16, 2012 at 01:29 PM
Dear Town of Herndon Residents, Please send in nominations for the Town's annual "Good Neighbor Award" by Friday, October 26th! We would like to get lots of nominations to say "thank you" to those people who do good things to make your neighborhood a better place to live. Information about the award, and a link to the nomination form, is on the town's website. You can also get to it by clicking on the link in the above Patch article.


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