Premier Neighborhood Award

2016 marks the 12th year that the Neighborhood Advisory Board will recognize neighborhood organizations in the City of Cedar Hill for their work towards improving the quality of life in their communities. These awards recognize neighborhoods for achievement in communication, organizational activities, membership, community partnerships, leadership and beautification.  In the past, the board has nominated and evaluated neighborhoods internally, but this year we feel that Neighborhood Organizations and Crime Watch groups should play a greater role in this process. 

 Beginning April 16 – June 3 established Neighborhood Organizations and Crime Watch Groups will be able to apply to receive these awards. 

The Neighborhood Services department has also partnered with the BES (Beautification Environmental Sustainability) Board to offer a brand new Growing Green Award.    If you feel your neighborhood meets the selection criteria, you are invited to complete the application.

The 1st place Premier and Growing Green Neighborhood Award recipient receives a check in the amount of $250 to be used for community building activities.  A runner up will be selected in both categories and awarded at $100 award.

Neighborhood Engagement is a top priority for your Mayor and City Council.  It is important that each neighborhood in our community exhibit the values established by City Council. YOUR Neighborhood Award applications will be evaluated by its ability to demonstrate City Council’s Values within the neighborhood. 

  •     People and Relationships
  •     Stewardship
  •     Highest ethical standards, behavior and integrity
  •     Servant Leadership



Complete Premier Award application online.
Growing Green Award application online. 
Click HERE for the 2016 Application! 
Deadline for submission- June 3, 2016 

If you have any questions, or need assistance completing this application, please give us a call 972-291-5100 ext.1099

Past recipients include:
Lake Ridge


In addition to the example of community engagement and leadership, Highlands South continues to serve as a model of an exemplary neighborhood.  Last month, Highlands South residents took the initiative to organize weekly community cleanups.  Each Saturday morning, residents take steps to make Cedar Hill a cleaner and more beautiful City one piece of litter at a time.

Under the enthusiastic leadership of association President Thomas Haggerty and many others, Highlands South residents are committed to making Cedar Hill a cleaner, greener City.

Congratulations and thanks to Highlands South for outstanding contributions to your neighborhood and the community.

2015 Growing Green Neighborhood Award: Highlands South


Winding Hollow began development in 2000 and is now home to 235 families.  Residents distinguished themselves in every award category with regular crime watch meetings, increased participation in block parties, and a newly formed volunteer home owners’ association. In addition, residents are pursuing the formation of a public improvement district and set the bar high in community leadership, organization and involvement. 

The neighborhood has a dedicated group of residents committed to making the community and their neighborhood premier.  Winding Hollow residents are frequent participants in citywide events and activities and have many community volunteers within their neighborhood.

Under the capable leadership of organization President Jennifer Hutchinson and Crime Watch Coordinator Erika Anderson and many others, a bright future lies ahead for the distinguished Winding Hollow neighborhood.

Congratulations and thanks to Winding Hollow for outstanding contributions to your neighborhood and the community.

2015 Premier Neighborhood Award: Winding Hollow