Executive

2013 Community Partner Award
  • Awarded by: Alzheimer’s Association of Western and Central Washington
  • Description: John Peterson’s work in partnership with the Alzheimer’s Association has provided funding in support of programs and services that meet the needs of individuals and families affected by Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias in Snohomish County. His work has helped to broaden and deepen the reach of the association’s education and training programs, care consultation services, and family caregiver support groups.
  • Recipient: John Peterson, Human Services
2010 Certificate of Achievement for Excellence
  • Awarded by: Government Finance Officers Association of the U.S. and Canada
  • Description: For excellence in governmental accounting and financial reporting, specifically for the 2009 comprehensive annual financial report
  • Recipient: Finance Department
2009 Trailblazer Award
  • Awarded by: National Center for Civic Innovation
  • Description: For incorporating the public’s point of view in performance measurement reporting between 2006-2008
  • Recipient: Aaron Reardon
2009 Recognition of Achievement
  • Awarded by: Stevens Hospital
  • Description: Leadership in healthcare issues throughout Snohomish County
  • Recipient: Aaron Reardon
  • Linda Neunzig
2008 Recycler of the Year (Most Innovative)
  • Awarded by: Washington State Recycling Association
  • Description: Recycling and converting used cooking oil from vendor booths into biodiesel fuel. The overall environmental benefits include cleaner burning fuel, fewer air emissions, locally-produced fuel and conversion of a waste product into a reusable product
  • Recipient: Linda Neunzig, Office of Economic Development
2008 Local Hero Arts Award
  • Awarded by: Washington State Arts Alliance Foundation
  • Description: For dedicated support of the arts in Snohomish County
  • Recipient: Aaron Reardon
2008 William F. Brown Award
  • Awarded by: Everett Historical Commission
  • Description: For care and preservation of the Mission Building
  • Recipient: Aaron Reardon
2008 Environmental Excellence Award
  • Awarded by: Washington State Department of Ecology
  • Description: For pioneering achievements in wetland mitigation at Paine Field
  • Recipient: Aaron Reardon
2008 Appreciation Award
  • Awarded by: Cascade Land Conservancy
  • Description: For dedication and leadership in protecting Heybrook Ridge now and for generations to come
  • Recipient: Aaron Reardon
2008 Appreciation Award
  • Awarded by: Operation Homefront Washington
  • Description: In appreciation for sponsorship and support of Freedom Walk 2008
  • Recipient: Snohomish County
2007 Certificate of Acknowledgement
  • Awarded by: Volunteers of America Western Washington
  • Description: For participation in the March for Hunger
  • Recipient: Snohomish County
2007 Recognition Award
  • Awarded by: University of Washington at Bothell
  • Description: In recognition of its leadership and contribution as a founding sponsor of the Business Development Center
  • Recipient: Snohomish County
2007 Recognition Award
  • Awarded by: New Century Hope, a Housing Hope Community
  • Description: For collaboration and support of local families needing housing
  • Recipient: Snohomish County
2006 Snohomish County Youth Recognition Award
  • Awarded by: Sky River Soccer/Sky River Little League
  • Description: In appreciation of work toward the completion of the West Monroe Youth Athletic Field
  • Recipient: Aaron Reardon
Patriotic Employer Award
  • Awarded by: National Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve
  • Description: For contributing to national security and protecting liberty and freedom by supporting employee participation in America’s National Guard and Reserve Forces
  • Recipient: Aaron Reardon
Partnership Award
  • Awarded by: YMCA of Snohomish County/Big Brothers Big Sisters of Snohomish County
  • Description: Recognizing the partnership of the county with the two programs, including volunteer hours of employees
  • Recipient: Snohomish County