Save the Date for the 2014 Annual Conference!

Mark your calendars for the 2014 IACT Annual Conference & Exhibition, happening September 9-11 in Fort Wayne!

Nominations Now Being Accepted for the 2014 IACT Annual Awards


Download the award descriptions and nomination form here.

The IACT Annual Awards honor communities and individuals for outstanding achievement, successful innovation and steady leadership in municipal government. The program provides IACT members the opportunity to receive well-deserved recognition for their work and also provides templates for projects and leadership in other communities.

Awards will be presented during the 2014 IACT Annual Conference & Exhibition, September 9-11 in Fort Wayne. Community Achievement and Local Government Cooperation Award winners will again be honored with a video presentation during the Annual Awards Luncheon.

AWARD CATEGORIES:

Community Achievement Award
Local Government Cooperation Award
Larry A. Conrad Civic Service Award
Russell G. Lloyd Distinguished Award
Ivan H. Brinegar Municipal Management
Financial Management Award
Nelson Steele Memorial Award

NOMINATION PROCESS:

Nominations should include all of the following:

The official nomination form signed by an elected municipal official. (Emailed entries must be from an elected municipal official’s address.)
A summary no longer than three pages in length.
No more than four digital photographs, graphics or other printed visual items.

Download the nomination form here.

Note: Please limit your supporting materials to those that best explain or summarize the program. Materials are copied and included in a packet distributed to each judge. A two page, well-written summary is generally better than a binder of miscellaneous project materials.

SEND NOMINATIONS:

MAIL: Indiana Association of Cities and Towns
125 W. Market Street, Suite 240, Indianapolis, IN 46204
FAX: (317) 237-6206, EMAIL: ahammonds@citiesandtowns.org

All entries must be received by April 18, 2014.

Questions? Contact Alicia Hammonds at (317) 237-6200 or ahammonds@citiesandtowns.org.