News Flash

City of Dublin

Posted on: February 19, 2020

City of Dublin Announces the 2019 Citizen, Young Citizen, and Organization of the Year

At an evening event held on Wednesday, February 19, at the Shannon Community Center, the City of Dublin announced its 2019 Citizen, Young Citizen, and Organization of the Year.  Mayor David Haubert also announced the recipients of the Mayor’s Award and Mayor’s Legacy Award.

Citizen: Liz Crocker

Young Citizen: Emily Que and Haley Tjon 

Organization: Dublin 4-H

Mayor’s Award: Vanessa Thomas and the Dublin Arts Collective

Mayor’s Legacy Award: GFWC Dublin/San Ramon Women’s Club

The purpose of these awards is to recognize outstanding individuals and groups who have contributed to the quality of life in Dublin this past year.  Nomination criteria for both the Citizen and Young Citizen of the Year Awards are based on the Dublin Integrity in Action Program’s 10 Characteristics: Responsibility, Respectfulness, Caring, Giving, Positive Attitude, Trustworthiness, Cooperation, Doing One’s Best, Honesty, and Self-Discipline.  The Young Citizen of the Year recognizes the volunteer service of Dublin’s youth in 1st – 12th grade.  

The Mayor’s Award is a special award that the Mayor presents to someone whom he believes has worked tirelessly on behalf of the Dublin community in the previous calendar year.  The Mayor’s Legacy Award is an award that the Mayor presents to a group or individual to recognize extraordinary, long-term dedication to the Dublin community.

Award recipients will be recognized at the March 3, 2020, City Council meeting.  The Organization of the Year will receive a $500 cash prize, and a $300 donation will be given to each of the Citizen and Young Citizen of the Year’s favorite non-profit organization.  Information on each of the award recipients and the other nominees can be found on the City’s website – www.dublin.ca.gov/volunteers.

Facebook Twitter Email