The Montgomery Awards Program is an annual program that recognizes the best in planning, design, and advocacy in Montgomery County. In 2017, the program will celebrate its 50th anniversary.
This year, the Montgomery County Planning Commission partnered with the Montgomery County Conservation District, which will present a 2017 Environmental Stewardship Award as part of the Montgomery Awards Program. This award recognizes a project completed in the past three years that exemplifies the practices of environmental stewardship and conservation for water and soil quality.
Since 1967, the program has presented 203 awards that acknowledge the outstanding efforts and commitment of communities, organizations, and professionals in achieving excellence.
- Montgomery County Commissioners Dr. Val Arkoosh, Ken Lawrence Jr., and Joe Gale
- Steven Kline, Chair, Montgomery County Planning Commission Board
- Dulcie F. Flaharty, Vice Chair, Montgomery County Planning Commission Board
- Jody L. Holton, Executive Director, Montgomery County Planning Commission
- Michael M. Stokes, Assistant Director, Montgomery County Planning Commission
- Eric Miller, District Manager, Montgomery County Conservation District
WHAT: The Montgomery Awards program celebrates its 50th anniversary and presents the 2017 awards promoting awareness of outstanding design, and innovative planning in our communities.
WHEN: Wednesday, Nov. 15. Reception begins at 4 p.m.; Awards presentation begins at 4:50 p.m.