ARVADA, CO…..The City of Arvada’s Neighborhood Services Division has received an award for Outstanding Achievement in the Marketing of the Code Enforcement Field for its Block Party Trailer program.
The award was presented to Greg Carr, Neighborhood Services Manager at the 2014 annual American Association of Code Enforcement (AACE) Conference held October 28-30 in Chicago, Illinois.
The Block Party Trailer program was developed and equipped by the Leadership Arvada Class of 2014 to help the City with its neighborhood engagement program. The City’s neighborhood engagement program is designed to improve neighborhood relations and build better communication networks with neighborhood and community groups. The trailer has everything needed for a successful neighborhood function or block party: folding tables, picnic tables, folding chairs, ice chests, water coolers, street barricades and games. Arvada residents can reserve it through the City free of charge.
For more information about the Block Party Trailer program, contact Greg Carr, Neighborhood Services Manager, at 720-898-7474 or email@example.com.
The American Association of Code Enforcement is a national nonprofit association representing the profession of code enforcement. Since its inception, AACE has become the premier association fostering code compliance through its certification program, education, training and enforcement. Today, AACE is the internationally recognized leader in the profession of code enforcement, with a membership growing at the rate of 20 percent per year. For more information visit www.aace1.org.
The City of Arvada Block Party Trailer at a neighborhood service project this summer