Municipalities of 5000 or more
Municipalities of less than 5000
Criteria for consideration are as follows:
Don Rider Award Nomination Form - Deadline August 28th, 2015
2015 Don Rider Award Criteria for Selection
Innovations Award Nomination Form - Deadline August 28th, 2015
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Recipients of the award are credited with strengthening the city management form of government through their stable length of service to cities; dedication to civic activities; and participation in, and contribution to, CMAO; and commitment to the ICMA Code of Ethics. Past recipients include: Doug Henley, Leonard Martin, Paul Buntz, Richard Ball, Wilt Brown, Steve Whitlock, Larry Mitchell, Steve Eddy, Larry Stevens, James Crosby, Alan Riffel, Tony Rivera and Earl Burson. The award will be presented during the OML Awards Breakfast at the League's Annual Conference in September 2014.
Please note: Each year CMAO alternates between cities in two population categories: managers of cities of under 15,000 and managers of cities 15,000 and over. For 2012 we are accepting nominations for managers of cities of 15,000 and over. All nominations are reviewed to determine if they meet the criteria for this prestigious award. If none of the nominations are determine to meet the criteria, the award will not be presented for that year.
For more information visit the City Managers Association website.
The purpose of the OMCTFOA Member of the Year Award is to identify and recognize a member who has made a significant contribution to the objectives of OMCTFOA, the municipal clerks, treasurers, or finance officials profession, and to the improvement of municipal government. The nominee must be a current member of the Oklahoma Municipal Clerks, Treasurers, and Finance Officials Association.
Please click here for more information and nomination form.
Oklahoma Hall of Fame for City and Town Officials
Nominations for 2014 inductees into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame for City and Town Officials must be received by e-mail no later than 5 pm, July 10, 2014 or postmarked no later than July 8, 2014. Send nomination forms by email (preferred) to Carolyn Stager; or by postal mail to Harold Pumford, 104444 S 3520 Road, Prague, OK 74864. The Oklahoma City and Town Officials Hall of Fame annually recognizes up to six individuals for outstanding achievement in the field of city and town management. Click here to visit the Oklahoma Hall of Fame For City and Town Officials website for more information and nomination form.
Congratulations to those who were recognized during the OML Annual Conference & Expo for outstanding leadership and dedication to Oklahoma municipal government.
The full list of winners is as follows: