Good Citizen Award
The Good Citizen Award honours people who may not get the recognition they deserve for their efforts to help or improve the community.
People can be nominated for a wide range of services to their city and communities. It could be someone who has made Coventry a better place, or who has improved the life of the city through their selfless efforts, or a tireless charity worker who always puts others first. Examples include:
- Community involvement - how have they affected their community?
- Going the 'extra mile'
- Long service
- Actions that have affected/involve others to improve quality of life?
- An outstanding achievement - act of bravery/heroics
- Gained recognition for the city at national/international level
- 'Feel good' factor - making the whole city/ community feel good about being associated with Coventry
- Outstanding achievement in their field, such as sports or culture
- Contribution to commercial life/enterprise/employment in the city
- Improving the environment of the city, including development and regeneration of an area or a building.
Nominate someone for the Coventry Good Citizen Award
You can nominate someone for the Coventry Good Citizen Award by using our online nomination form.
An advisory panel was introduced in September 2013 as part of the city's ongoing commitment to the scheme.
The Panel is made up of:
- The Lord Mayor
- The Council's Honorary Recorder (Chair)
- The Cabinet Member (Community Development)
- The Cabinet Member (Policing and Equalities)
- The Cabinet Member (Jobs and Regeneration)
- Chief Superintendent of Coventry (or their nominee)
- The Leader of the Council (by invitation)
- Nominees from the Conservative Group on the Council