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Community Excellence Award
Community Excellence Award Race for the Cup
Changes for 2015!
Since 2007, the Community Excellence Award (CEA) has been the League's most prestigious community award. To keep the program fresh and relevant, our Board of Trustees requested some changes for 2015. Our goal was to encourage wider participation from communities of all sizes, as well as the submission of projects that mirror the placemaking goals outlined in our Partnership for Place agenda.
The new CEA process will take place primarily online on the new CEA website. It's designed to be more exciting and inclusive for our communities. A greater variety of presentation formats allows you to set your creativity free. Open online voting encourages you to trumpet your project to everyone in your community and beyond. And in keeping with tradition, in-person presentations from the finalists will be a highlight of the League's annual convention.
We're looking forward to seeing the creative place-based projects that are having a positive impact on Michigan communities. Please check out the new CEA website and get started!
Past CEA Winners
Looking for inspiration? Click here to see slideshows and videos from past CEA presentations.
Congratulations to the 2014 CEA Winner
Congratulations to the 2014 CEA Regional Finalists
Region 1: Fenton's Fire Hall project
See all the final presentations here after 2014 Convention.
Fenton Wins Community Excellence Award
Greater Lansing Shared Service Fire Initiative Wins Region 2 CEA Award
Harbor Beach wins excellence award
Grandville’s downtown streetscape project might earn city second CEA
Complementary bike program nets Cadillac MML award
Skill hill wins top honors Michigan Municipal League CEA
Municipal League Honors Gladstone Program
Gladstone skill hill enjoys banner year
Gladstone Wins Region 7 Michigan Municipal League CEA Award
Fenton Wins Region 1 Michigan Municipal League CEA Award
2008 Jackson Armory Arts