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Archived News Release from 2005

For Immediate Release

Winners of Annual Mayor’s Beautification Awards Honored by City Council

Redwood City, CA - October 4, 2005 - From landscaping to remodeling, courtyard design to historic renovation, and architectural design to neighborhood improvement, the Mayor’s Beautification Awards recognizes the best projects from throughout the community of Redwood City. This year’s winners were honored at a recent reception and City Council Meeting, where each of the winners and honorable mentions receive a special plaque or certificate, along with the congratulations and thanks of the Mayor and the Council, in honor of their civic pride. Click here for the slide show of the 2005 Mayor's Beautification Awards.

The annual Mayor’s Beautification Awards program, sponsored by the City’s Pride and Beautification committee, is designed to recognize the efforts of residents, non-profit agencies, and businesses to maintain or improve Redwood City neighborhoods. The program encourages attractive structural and landscaping improvements in our community. Single- or multi-family residences, apartment complexes, home owners associations, and non-profit or commercial properties are eligible. A panel of volunteer judges screened the entries, and the final selection process included a site visit to all entries.

The Council extends special thanks to this program’s sponsors: the Civic Cultural Commission, BFI/Allied Waste Services, Glenborough Pauls, Whole Foods, The Port of Redwood City, Peninsula Building Materials Company, Sequoia Health Services, Wells Fargo, Norcal Waste Systems of San Mateo County, and personal donations from Cheryl Angeles, Maria Martinucci, and the Redwood Oaks Neighborhood Association

As a community, the way in which we use, improve, and maintain our homes, landscaping, buildings, and gardens expresses an image of Redwood City. The Mayor’s Beautification Awards program helps to promote and enhance this image both within Redwood City, and beyond our borders. The awards show our neighbors and visitors that Redwood City recognizes the importance and value of keeping our City beautiful.

Below is the list of 2005’s winners and honorable mentions in the Mayor’s Beautification Awards (some residential winners asked that their information not be put on the website). Visit Redwood City’s website at www.redwoodcity.org for information about the City and its services, the community, recreation programs, education, City government, and local business.

Winners

  • Ferrari Maserati of Silicon Valley
    2750 El Camino Real
    Most Unique Use of Commercial Space
  • Pronto Restaurant
    2560 El Camino Real
    Best Maintained Restaurant
  • Starbucks
    1900 El Camino Real
    Best Remodel - Commercial
  • Rob & Maria Davies
    99 King Street
    Best Remodel
  • Tim Berg
    400 Center Street
    Best Maintained Garden Landscape
  • Sequoia High School, Carrington Hall
    1201 Brewster Avenue
    Best Historical Restoration - Special Use
  • Steve and Madeline Bottari
    2706 Delaware Avenue
    Best Maintained Garden Landscape
  • Pellarin Enterprises
    768 Woodside Road
    Best Remodel Multi-Tenant
  • Whole Foods Market
    1250 Jefferson Avenue
    Best Remodel Grocery Retail
  • West Bay Housing Corporation
    1234-1236 Sanchez Avenue
    Best Maintained Garden Landscape - Residential
  • Whipple ARCO
    504 Whipple Avenue
    Best Remodel Gas Station
  • Young's Ice Cream and Candy
    2020 Broadway Street
    Best Historical Restoration - Retail
  • St. Clare Apartments, Inc.
    2683 Marlborough Avenue
    Best Remodel - Multi-Family
  • Lyngso Garden Materials, Inc.
    19 Seaport Boulevard
    Best Drought Tolerant Landscape - Commercial
  • Thom O'Brien & Sathit Sapprasert
    302 Orchard Street
    Best Compatible Building and Garden Landscape
  • La Biscotteria
    2747 El Camino Real
    Best Architectural Design - Commercial
  • Tropical Pool
    515 Woodside Road
    Best Maintained Store Front - Commercial
  • Mr. and Mrs. Will Richardson
    3653 Country Club Drive
    Most Beautiful Garden Landscape
  • Peter Bullock, MD
    143 Birch Street
    Best Historical Restoration - Commercial
  • Michael Verdone
    149 Wellesley Crescent
    Best Historical Restoration
  • Chris Anderson
    1757 Maryland Street
    Best Architectural Design
  • John Blackmore & Sheila Amoroso
    620 Eastview Way
    Best Interior Remodel
  • Redwood City Police Activities League
    3399 Bay Road
    Best Architechtural Design - Non-Profit
  • Terrie Steck
    73 Jeter Street
    Most Beautiful Garden Landscape
  • San Mateo Credit Union
    350 Convention Way
    Best Compatible Building And Garden Landscape - Commercial
  • Ken & Yvonne Nava
    443 Tiller Lane
    Most Beautiful And Best Maintained Garden Landscape
  • Redwood Shores Community Association, Jeff Gee
    270 Redwood Shores Parkway
    Best Maintained Open Space

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Honorable Mentions

  • Roger and Pamela Fisk
    553 Cypress Street
    Best Maintained Garden Landscape
  • Patti Lynch
    212 Hillview Avenue
    Most Beautiful Garden Landscape
  • Marie-Helena
    1950 El Camino Real
    Bed, Bath and Beyond
    Best Compatible Garden Landscape - Commercial
  • Ken Shea
    1593 Carole Way
    Greenhouse Gardens
    Best Maintained Garden Landscape
  • Yvonne Selner
    1601 Sierra Street
    Best Maintained Garden Landscape
  • Danny Merjil
    220 Walnut Avenue
    Babies R Us
    Best Remodel - Commercial
  • Linda Pope
    531 Woodside Road
    KDF Hallmark LLP
    Best Remodel

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Malcolm Smith
Public Communications Manager
650-780-7305

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