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Summit Awards
Past Summit Award Winners
The 2018 winners are as follows:

Summit Award in Civic Engagement & Public Information - Mohave County for their dual training between the
Recorder and Assessors Office

Summit Award in Youth & Education - Apache County for their Legacy Teen Centers

Summit Award in Criminal Justice & Public Safety - Coconino County Sheriff's Office for their response to the
mental health crisis

Summit Award in Election & Voter Registration - Yavapai County Recorder's Office for their temporarily away voters
program

Summit Award in Health - Pinal County for their Cupanion campaign

Summit Award in Information Technology -  Coconino County Sheriff's Office for their improve communication and
education for inmates program

Merit Award Winners are as follows:

Innovation of the Year Merit Award - Apache County for offering teens a safe environment for social gatherings,
educational opportunities, and personal skill building with the Legacy Teen Centers!

The 2017 Summit Award winners are as follows:
Summit Award in Civic Engagement & Public Information - Coconino County for Combined County Outreach,
Education, and Remote Services

Summit Award in Criminal Justice & Public Safety - Maricopa County for the Maricopa County Video Appearance
Center

Summit Award in Community & Economic Development - Cochise County for the Horseshoe Draw Erosion Control
Project

Summit Award in Employment & Training - Coconino County for the Professional Development Academies
Summit Award in County Administration, Finance & Management - Maricopa County Treasurer's Office for the Customer First Initiative

Summit Award in Court Administration & Management - Coconino County for the AZCourtHelp Program

Summit Award in Health - Navajo County for the Navajo County Public Health Services District Vaccination Program

Merit Award Winners are as follows:

Public-Private Partnership Merit Award - Cochise County for the Horseshoe Draw Erosion Control Project

Suburban Innovation Merit Award - Coconino County for the Professional Development Academies

Urban Innovation Merit Award - Maricopa County for the Maricopa County Video Appearance Center

Rural Innovation Merit Award - Navajo County for the Navajo County Public Health Services District Vaccination Program

Innovation of the Year Merit Award - Coconino County for their creative use of Webinar Technology to bridge the gap
between the courts and the people with their AZCourtHelp Program

The 2016 Summit Award winners are as follows:

Summit Award in Civic Engagement & Public Information - Cochise County for the Cochise County Legacy Project

Summit Award in Court Administration & Management - Coconino County for the Justice 2035 Strategic Planning
Forum

Summit Award in Employment & Training - Yuma County, presented to William Anthony Holzer and Stanley Bracher
for development of an in-house training program for Appraisal Data Collection Specialists

Summit Award in Criminal Justice & Public Safety - Maricopa County Attorney's Office for their Children's Room

Summit Award in Libraries - Yuma County Library District for Look Up, Yuma County!

Summit Award in Community & Economic Development - Coconino County for their Schultz Community Recovery
Project

Summit Award in Youth & Education - Santa Cruz County for their College & Career Readiness Educational
Opportunities Project

Summit Award in Information Technology - Yuma County for their GIS: Animal Services Case Management Project

Summit Award in County Administration, Finance & Management - Maricopa County for their Residential Desktop
Review Recanvassing Program

Merit Award Winners are as follows:

Public-Private Partnership Merit Award - Yuma County for their partnership with The Research and Education
Collaborative Occultation Network promoting the public library astronomy program, Look Up, Yuma County!

Suburban Innovation Merit Award- Yuma County, presented to William Anthony Holzer and Stanley Bratcher for
development of an in-house training program for Appraisal Data Collection Specialists

Innovation of the Year Merit Award, sponsored by the Arizona Lottery - Santa Cruz County for their cutting edge and
cost-effective approach in providing STEM Career Pathways with their College & Career Readiness Educational Opportunities Project!

The 2015 Summit Award winners are as follows:

Summit Award in Youth & Education - Yavapai County for the Milestones Project
Summit Award for Youth & Education - Maricopa County - MCESA for STEM Pro Live!
Summit Award for Court Administration & Management - Maricopa County Clerk of Superior Court for Juvenile Court-2-Court Program
Summit Award for Community & Economic Development - Coconino County for Listening to Customers: One Stop Permitting Shop
Summit Award for Employment & Training - Coconino County for Developing Organizational Talent Via DOT Program
Summit Award for County Administration, Finance & Management - Navajo County for County Tax Deeded Land Sales Go Worldwide
Summit Award for Health - Yuma County for Improving Employee Health Through Manual Therapy
Summit Award for Information Technology - Maricopa County Assessor's Office for ATLAS: Innovation Driven Results
Summit Award for Information Technology - Maricopa County Treasurer's Office for Intelligent Barcode Mailing Initiative
Summit Award for Criminal Justice & Public Safety - Pima County Attorney's Office for Courthouse Dogs Program
Merit Award Winners are as follows:
Winners of the Innovation of the Year Award - Maricopa County School Superintendent Dr. Don Covey and the MCESA Staff
Rural Innovation Award - Yavapai County for Multi-Department Cooperation to Prevent School Violence with their Milestones Project
Innovation of the Year - Maricopa County MCESA for Their Cutting Edge and Cost-Effective Approach in Bringing High Level Math and Science Courses to Rural and Underserved Areas with STEM Pro Live!