The Town of Weston has received the “Voice of the People Award” for Excellence in the following 3 categories:
This national recognition stems from the town-wide survey conducted in November 2013 in which Weston residents reported a higher than average satisfaction within these 3 categories.
About the Awards
The “Voice of the People” awards are given by the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) and National Research Center, Inc. to the communities with the highest rated services voiced on The National Citizen Survey (NCS) and compared to other communities’ survey results.
Nomination & Selection
The 3 communities with the highest levels of satisfaction are nominated and winners are selected from submitted award applications that tell the story of the city’s or town’s success. Weston’s applications can be seen in the videos below.
Receiving the Award
Town Manager Donna VanderClock received the awards at the ICMA conference in Charlotte, North Carolina on behalf of the town and presented them to the Board of Selectmen at their September 22nd meeting. Representatives from several departments and commissions were in attendance to take part in the special recognition.
Departments in Attendance
Commissions in Attendance
Weston Forest and Trails
Weston League of Women Voters
Weston Media Center
About the NCS
The NCS is a community assessment tool that reports resident opinions and satisfaction with local government and services based on a scientific and representative sample to inform budgeting, performance measurement, and program planning. Weston’s inaugural participation was to establish a baseline of opinion. Residents gave the highest levels of satisfaction within these 3 categories.