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Montgomery Awards Program
2022 MONTGOMERY AWARD — The Grove at Meadowood — Worcester Township
2022 MONTGOMERY AWARD — Ironworks at Pencoyd Landing — Lower Merion Township
2022 MONTGOMERY AWARD — Whites Road Park Accessible Playground — Upper Gwynedd Township
2022 MONTGOMERY AWARD — Willows at East Greenville — East Greenville Borough
2022 MONTGOMERY AWARD — Perkiomen Creek Dam Removals and Stream Restorations — Upper Hanover Township
2022 MONTGOMERY AWARD — Thomas J. Hylton — Planning Advocate
2023 Call for Entries
We invite you to submit a nomination for a 2023 Montgomery Award! We are looking for the best in planning, design, environmental stewardship, and advocacy in Montgomery County. Nominate a land development project for a Montgomery Award or a person or organization with significant contributions to advancing planning in Montgomery County for a Planning Advocate Award. We also partner with the Montgomery County Conservation District to offer an Environmental Stewardship Award, which recognizes projects that exemplify the practices of environmental stewardship and conservation for water and soil quality. Eligibility criteria, nomination requirements, and online entry forms are available below. Please submit entry forms by May 8, 2023. We look forward to your nomination!
About the Program
The Montgomery Awards Program recognizes the best in planning, design, environmental sustainability, and advocacy in Montgomery County. This prestigious annual program promotes awareness of outstanding design and innovative planning in our communities by awarding successful land developments, revitalization efforts, open space enhancements, environmental sustainability, and transportation improvements. It also recognizes citizens and organizations that have made significant and sustained contributions to planning in Montgomery County through a Planning Advocate Award. In 2017, the Montgomery County Planning Commission partnered with the Montgomery County Conservation District to add an 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 233 awards that acknowledge the outstanding efforts and commitment of communities, organizations, and professionals in achieving excellence. Anyone may submit nominations. Contact Pattie E. B. Guttenplan, RLA, AICP at 610-278-3972 for information on the program.