DRCOG 2019 Awards Celebration
Distinguished Service Awards
- Stuart Anderson, executive director of Transportation Solutions
- Mac Callison, principal transportation planner, City of Aurora
- John Cotten, public works director (retired), City of Lone Tree
- Susan Daggett, executive director, Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute
- Karie Erickson, executive director, Aging Resources of Douglas County, Neighbor Network
- Don Hunt, former executive director CDOT, managing director Mobility Choice Blueprint
- Mike Lewis, former executive director CDOT
- Sheila Lynch, program manager Tri-County Health Department
- Carrie Makarawicz, assistant professor University of Colorado Denver
- Kent Moorman, regional transportation engineer, City of Thornton
- Margaret Tomcho, pediatric director Denver Health, partner in Accountable Health Community program
Read a press release about the winners here.
Find an album of Distinguished Service Award winners below.
Metro Vision Awards
The Metro Vision Award recognizes excellence, innovation, collaboration and leadership in problem-solving among communities and their partners. Honorees bring business leaders, elected officials, community advocates and residents together to accomplish more than any partner could achieve alone. The 2019 winners include:
- Adelante Home Improvements for the Central 70 Project - read a news release and watch a video about this project
- Alzheimer's Association Promotores Project - read a news release and watch a video about this project
- Buckley Air Force Base Compatible Use Land Use Buffer Project - read a news release and watch a video about this project
- Denver Dockless Mobility Pilot Permit Program - read a news release and watch a video about this project
- Festival Park Reimagined - read a news release and watch a video about this project
- Lyons Neighborhood Licensure Program and Handbook - read a news release and watch a video about this project
- Metro Denver Impact Facility - read a news release and watch a video about this project
- Reconstruction of Colorado Boulevard: The Construction of a Main Street in Idaho Springs - read a news release and watch a video about this project
Find an album of Metro Vision winners below.
John V. Christensen Award
The John V. Christensen Award is DRCOG's highest accolade and has been presented since 1973. Established in memory of John V. Christensen, a DRCOG founder and Arapahoe County commissioner, it recognizes individuals who promote cooperation and collaboration for the benefit of the region. The 44th honoree is Cathy Noon.
See photos of Cathy Noon below.