2012 Healthy Communities for All Awards

Walkable Neighborhood Award

Downtown Streetscape

Presented to the City of Fort Myers for the redesign of the Downtown Streetscape
In recognition of the extensive landscaping, refurbishment and traffic calming that greatly  improved the quality of life for everyone, creating a downtown with a genuinely urban character.


Urban Plazas Award

Main Street Square

Presented to Rundell Ernstberger Assoc. for the design of Main Street Square, Rapid City, SD
In recognition of the design of a lively, safe, multi-functional town square that in every season provides an  inspiring focal point for the whole community, offering numerous reasons for all to gather, socialize and develop community.


Urban Plazas Award

Ballard Commons

Presented to Swift Company LLC for the design of Ballard Commons, Seattle
In recognition of the design of a lively, safe, multi-functional neighborhood plaza that provides numerous reasons for a diverse population to gather, socialize and develop community.


2012 Healthy Communities for All Commendations

Walkable Neighborhoods Commendation

Clear Creek Corridor

Presented to the City of Golden, CO for the design of Clear Creek Corridor, Golden, CO
In recognition of the city’s celebration of its town center creek in the creation of a waterside park accessibility for all, enhanced with recreational areas and public art that foster informal interaction.


Urban Plazas Commendation

Riverwalk Commons

Presented to The Corp of the Town of Newmarket, Ontario, Canada for the design of Riverwalk Commons
In recognition of the transformation of a parking lot into a plaza with waterplay and river front areas to accommodate varied events and activities for old and young throughout the year.


Urban Plazas Commendation

George Little Park

Presented to The City of Terrace, British Columbia, Canada for the redesign of George Little Park, Spirit Plaza
In recognition of the park’s subtle, high quality redesign to improve access and accommodate varied events and activities throughout the year, enhancing use by old and young