Communities still have about six weeks to complete their applications for the All-America City Award.
As it has since 1949, the 2006 All-America City Award will recognize communities that are overcoming their challenges through innovative leadership and collaborative problem solving. The All-America-City Award, a program of the National Civic League, is the oldest community recognition program in the country. The Award recognizes exceptional community problem-solving and is earned by communities that work cooperatively to address and overcome challenges.
The deadline is March 9th. Finalists will be announced on April 14th and 10 All-America Cities will be announced on June 12th in Anaheim, California.
For more information visit www.ncl.org/aac.