City of Southlake Volunteer Awards

The City of Southlake created these special awards in the Spring of 2016 to recognize those volunteers who give a considerable amount of time to our community. We recognize that many of the activities, services, and events that we put on throughout the year are successful in large part because of the quality of service provided by this group of dedicated individuals. They are truly an inspiration to us all and we thank them for their generous service.

Mayor & Council Medal

 
 
This award was introduced at the 2016 Volunteer Appreciation Event in an effort to show special recognition to volunteers contributing the highest hours within a 12 consecutive month period. The medal is presented to one Junior and one Adult volunteer at the Volunteer Appreciation Event each year to honor their committed service to the City of Southlake. All medal winners will be notified in April prior to the event. 

Criteria for Recognition:



  • Awards will be earned based upon eligible volunteer service during the 12 month period beginning April 1st and ending March 31st each year.
  • Volunteer service must be documented through Volunteer Southlake Volgistics database (using VICTOUCH, VICNET, or special events sign-in sheets when computer access is unavailable).
  • Junior volunteers are considered between the ages of 12 years old through 16 years old.
  • Adult volunteers are any volunteer 17 years of age and older.
  • Court-ordered community service does not qualify for this award.

Milestone Service Award



This award was introduced at the 2016 Volunteer Appreciation event in an effort to recognize those volunteers who have donated over 500 hours of service to the Volunteer Southlake program. Each award is awarded at 500 hrs, 1,000 hours, etc. These volunteers exemplify what it means to serve one another and it's their dedication that serves as the backbone for our program and the City of Southlake community. 

Criteria for Recognition:



  • Awards will be earned based upon eligible volunteer service from 2010 until present.
  • Volunteer service must be documented through Volunteer Southlake Volgistics database (using VICTOUCH, VICNET, or special events sign-in sheet when computer access is unavailable).
  • Court-ordered community service does not qualify for this award. 

The 2016 City of Southlake Volunteer Award Recipients

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