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Mayor's Good Citizenship Award

About the award

The City Council established the Mayor's Good Citizenship Awards to showcase and recognize residents who have volunteered their time to make the city a thriving community, inspiring pride where opportunities exist for all.

The Mayor knows the strength of a community is dependent on a strong network of volunteers who donate their time and effort to improve the quality of life in Brooklyn Park.

Requirements to be nominated

  • You must live in Brooklyn Park
  • You must volunteer your time to make Brooklyn Park a thriving community, inspiring pride where opportunities exist for all
  • Past winners are not eligible

Anyone can nominate you including neighbors, family, friends or yourself.

Winners receive

  • Formal recognition from the Brooklyn Park City Council at a Council meeting
  • Certificate of Good Citizenship

Deadline to nominate

We give out an award when there is a worthy nominee.  We do not have a deadline.

Nominate someone

Fill in information about the person you would like to receive the award

Fill in information about the person making the nomination

Mission: Brooklyn Park, a thriving community inspiring pride where opportunities exist for all.

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Past recipients

2008-current

  • Pete and Audrey Peterson
  • Wilfred Harris
  • Christina Pettit
  • Brenda Reeves
  • Ron Ostendorf
  • Dawn Sivanich
  • Lori Sweeden
  • Robin Krueger
  • Terry Parks
  • Matt Norris
  • Rose and Jim Ebert
  • Melissa Turnquist
  • Alton and Leana Pearson
  • Andrew Reinhardt
  • Bruce Gurley
  • Logan Fisher
  • Roger Backstrom
  • Rev. Steve Larson
  • Carol LaFleur
  • Kylie Kasprick
  • Todd Seitz
  • Dave Erickson
  • TatorTot the Pitbull (Mayor’s Good Canine Award)
  • Park Center Girls 3A State Basketball Champions
  • Michael Antolak
  • Merna Kingsley
  • Brooklyn Park Rotary Club
  • Rev. Richard Ensrud
  • Rev. Rachel Morey
  • Rev. Lisa Jacobson
 
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