Environmental Achievement Awards
The Environmental Achievement Awards recognize individuals, organizations and educators who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to promoting, conserving and enhancing Coquitlam’s natural environment.
All nominees will be invited to attend an awards ceremony and appreciation dinner on Saturday, June 11, 2016. Award recipients will receive a certificate from Mayor and Council and a prize and winners will be announced in local newspaper and on this page.
Nominations can be made for individuals or groups who volunteer or go above and beyond the scope of their jobs in the areas of environmental conservation/protection, environmental education/public awareness, sustainable living and habitat enhancement/rehabilitation. Nominees do not need to be residents of Coquitlam, but the activities for which they are being nominated should occur in Coquitlam or should be of benefit to our community. Nominations are accepted for adult, youth and children.
2016 Environmental Achievement Awards - Nomination Deadline April 18
Supporting documents strengthen a nomination and can be emailed to email@example.com or can be mailed or dropped off at Coquitlam City Hall reception. These documents can include photos, newsletter or newspaper articles, video clips, certificates, etc.
2015 Award recipients
The City’s annual Environmental Achievement Awards recognize community volunteers who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to promoting, preserving and enhancing Coquitlam’s natural environment. The City of Coquitlam would like to thank and acknowledge the recipients of the 2015 awards.
2015 Award Winners
Youth Individual Award
Youth Group Award
Pinetree Secondary Key Club
Adult Group Award
Inspiration Garden Harvest Team
Hoy Scott Watershed Society
Adult Individual Award
Environmental Educator Award
Certificates of Appreciation
Fraser and Julianne Warren
Baker Drive Elementary
Larry Cowan, Robbin Whachell
Teacher or Educator