Evergreen Awards

The Mountlake Terrace Evergreen Awards recognize property owners and renters who take pride in their community by beautifying, renovating, and improving their homes, condominiums and businesses and adding features that promote sustainability.

Nominations

Nominations are welcomed and encouraged from all community members. You can nominate your own property or one owned by someone else. Properties being marketed for sale and previous winners are not eligible.

View our nomination forms or email City Hall or pick up a brochure (PDF) at the following Mountlake Terrace locations:

  • Library, 23300 58th Avenue W
  • Recreation Pavilion, 5305 228th Street SW
  • Interim City Hall Lobby, 6100 219th Street SW, Suite 200

Please include:

  • Category
  • Address of the property
  • Owner name (if known)
  • Neighborhood (if known)
  • Why this property is nominated
  • Photos (optional)
Neighborhood Map for Evergreen Awards

Photographs

Each property nominated is photographed from the front. If there are indoor sustainable features and/or special features in the back or side yard, please let us know, so that arrangements can be made to photograph those areas, as well. We also use photographs that show the condition of a property before improvements are made for transformation nominees.

Categories 

1: Best Maintained Residence     Homes consistently well kept with tidy and colorful landscapes and are assets to their neighborhoods.
2: Best Maintained Business     Business sites that have attractive landscaping, well-kept appearance, pleasing facade, and are assets to their neighborhoods.
3: Best Maintained Multifamily Property     Multifamily sites that have attractive landscaping, well-kept appearance, pleasing facade, and are assets to their neighborhoods.
4: Transformation Award     Homes that have recently been transformed and refreshed with new paint, landscaping or other significant improvements.
5: Sustainability Award     Residences, businesses and multifamily properties that add green features such as rain gardens, rain barrels, solar heating, natural cooling and native landscaping to help protect and preserve the environment and reduce their carbon footprint.