Nominations

Nominate an individual, organization, or project that contributes to keeping San Francisco beautiful.

Sponsorship

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Tickets

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Event Details
Where: Marines' Memorial Club, 609 Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
When: Monday, October 17, 2016 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Program begins at 6:00 PM sharp.
2015 Award Winners

Annie Plaza

Placemaking Award


Recognizes nominees whose contributions have created a sense of place or identity in a public space.



Marianne Horine & Sheree Kaslikowski

Unsung Hero Award


Recognizes an individual or team that has provided a service to the City that is largely unrecognized but makes a significant contribution to creating, enhancing, and protecting the beauty and livability of San Francisco.



Dogpatch & Northwest Potrero Hill Green Benefit District Formation Committee

Partnership Award


Recognizes nominees who have done an outstanding job of creating connections and building relationships between diverse groups and individuals, which have resulted in successful stewardship of public places.



Esmeralda Slide Park Renovation

Seven Hills Award


Recognizes nominees who have made a significant contribution to the creation of unique neighborhood character.

Excelsior Action Group

Activation Award


Recognizes nominees who convert under-utilized spaces into vibrant useful spaces.



Lincoln Park Steps

Friedel Klussman Award


Recognizes inspirational grassroots action.



Nature in the City

Golden Gate Award


Recognizes nominees who have made a significant contribution to the union of nature and the built environment.



Pit Stop

Public Program Award


Recognizes a program or project of the City of San Francisco that has made a significant contribution to the beauty and livability of San Francisco.

Past Winners

In 2013, the Fisherman’s Wharf Public Realm Plan was honored for building community consensus on: New streetscape designs for theContinue Reading
In 2013, San Francisco Beautiful gave a beautification award to Emerald Park, a newly created half acre park that was formed through aContinue Reading
In 2013, the Clement Street Pole Gardens Project was honored for their creativity in bringing beauty to unexpected public spaces. TheContinue Reading
In 2013, San Francisco Beautiful recognized #cleanstreets with a Beautification Award. Every Friday staffers from Square meetup withContinue Reading
In 2012, San Francisco Beautiful recognized Octavia Boulevard Pop-Ups, a project of Hayes Valley Art Coalition and Envelope A+D with aContinue Reading
In 2012, the newly installed Parklet at 46th Ave and Noriega was honored for its innovative design. As the first perpendicular parklet,Continue Reading
In 2012, San Francisco Beautiful recognized the San Francisco Department of Public Works: Khaleed Shehadeh, Carla Short, Tom Smith, andContinue Reading
In 2012, San Francisco Beautiful recognized Dolores Park Works with a Beautification Award. For more than 40 years, San Francisco BeautifulContinue Reading
In 2012, San Francisco Beautiful recognized the Bayview Opera House preservation with a Beautification Award. For more than 40 years, SanContinue Reading
In 2011, San Francisco Beautiful recognized the renovation of the Sunnyside Conservatory with a Beautification Award. A 100-year oldContinue Reading
In 2011, San Francisco Beautiful recognized the city’s Pavement to Parks Program with a Beautification Award. With a focus onContinue Reading
In 2011, San Francisco Beautiful recognized Off the Grid with a Beautification Award. Off-the-Grid brings high-quality food to people inContinue Reading