A closeup of people lining Washington Road in their Lebo gear, including kids and adults waiving at the camera.


Community Service Award

Each year, the Mt. Lebanon Civic Engagement Board honors a resident who has volunteered his or her time giving back to the community in ways that make a real difference in the quality of life here and throughout the region.

About the Award

Like previous winners, this year’s winner will be featured in Mt. Lebanon Magazine, honored at a commission meeting and will have his or her name engraved on a plaque that hangs in the municipal building.

The selection criteria for Mt. Lebanon Community Service Award are that the candidate:

  •      makes a significant contribution to the community in a volunteer service capacity
  •      participates in humanitarian activities that make a difference in the well-being of others
  •      has exceptional ethical qualities and strives to improve and preserve the community
  •      is an inspirational role model for the Mt. Lebanon community.

One nomination is enough for a volunteer to be considered. Multiple applications will not be weighted more heavily. People who were previously nominated may be re-nominated. Municipal elected/officials and staff members are not eligible to participate. Members of the Civic Engagement Board, their families and municipal employees cannot be selected for the award.

Layton Avenue resident Jacinta Synnott has received the Community Service award for her unwavering passion for collecting donated bicycles from the community and donating them to those less fortunate.

Previous winners

Nominate a volunteer

NOMINATIONS are closed for 2024. Check back later this year for the 2025 nomination form. Thank you for recognizing the hard work of your neighbors!