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Danville seeks nominations for triennial Design Awards

Nomination period open now through Nov. 30

The town of Danville is currently collecting applicants in four different categories for its 2020 Design Awards, and town officials are asking residents to submit nominations for buildings that exemplify the outstanding architectural designs found in Danville.

Nominations for the awards will be accepted now through Nov. 30 for the awards that are held every three years in Danville.

Residents are encouraged to nominate their homes or businesses in the following four categories: Outstanding Residential Subdivision Home Design; Outstanding Heritage Resource Design; Outstanding Commercial Design; and Outstanding Custom Scenic Hillside Home Design

Town staff say in order to be eligible for an award the nominated project must have been completed since January 2016.

Winners will be selected by the town’s Design Awards Committee, which is composed of Design Review Board members Mark Belotz, Robert Combs, Afshan Hamid, Lou Palandrani, Chris Trujillo and Kevin Wong.

Award recipients will be notified in early February, with the awards presented at the Town Council’s regular meeting on March 17, 2020.

Nominations are due Nov. 30, all nominations should include the address of the site being nominated and a short description of why the site should receive the award.

Nominees may be submitted online via voting on the town’s Open Town Hall survey page at www.opentownhall.com/7981, by e-mail to breyes@danville.ca.gov, or by regular mail to:

Danville Planning Division (Design Award Nomination)

Attn:  Brianne Reyes

510 La Gonda Way

Danville, CA 94526

To learn more residents can contact assistant planned Brianne Reyes at 314-3314 orm breyes@danville.ca.gov.

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