Projects are from Bridgman, Coldwater, Port Huron and Westland
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Four projects have been selected as finalists to compete for the statewide Community Excellence Award (CEA)—the most prestigious Michigan Municipal League community honor.
The communities whose projects are moving on as finalists are Bridgman, Coldwater, Port Huron and Westland. The League thanks and recognizes each community for their submission.
A small voting board determined this year’s four finalists. These top four projects will go on to compete at the League’s Convention, where they will present their projects on the main stage and market their projects at designated CEA finalist booths. This year’s Convention is taking place in Traverse City October 18-20. Convention attendees will vote for their favorite project, with the project winning the most votes awarded the official Community Excellence Award during the closing general session.
“We are excited to learn more about our finalists’ projects at our Convention this fall,” said Barb Ziarko, the President of the League’s Board of Trustees and Sterling Heights City Councilmember. “Projects like these are helping our state continue to create thriving communities, and we are proud to celebrate them.”
This year, projects were submitted from the following communities: Bridgman, Coldwater, Hart, Holland, Port Huron, Wayne, Grandville, Meridian Township and Westland. The League thanks and recognizes each community for their submission.
The League will put out a press release following the 2023 Convention announcing this year’s winner.
For additional information contact the League’s Matt Bach, Assistant Director of Communications and Media, at (810) 874-1073 and [email protected].
Michigan Municipal League is dedicated to making Michigan’s communities better by thoughtfully innovating programs, energetically connecting ideas and people, actively serving members with resources and services, and passionately inspiring positive change for Michigan’s greatest centers of potential: its communities. The League advocates on behalf of its member communities in Lansing, Washington, D.C., and the courts; provides educational opportunities for elected and appointed municipal officials; and assists municipal leaders in administering services to their communities through League programs and services. Learn more at mml.org.