2014 Partnership Award Nominees

City of Anaheim: World Class Partnership
The City of Anaheim is employing a World Class Partnership process on large-scale construction projects to improve quality and efficiency. Through the process, partners identify goals and commit to cooperative problem solving, thus increasing quality, safety, and relationships resulting in an estimated $24 million in savings for taxpayers on one project alone.
City of Dana Point: Dana Point Business Improvement District
Facing increasing resort competition in Southern California and an historic recession, in 2009 the City worked closely with the four largest Dana Point resorts’ General Managers to form a new Tourism Business Improvement District utilizing the California Streets and Highway Code requiring City Council approval to levy assessments to fund tourism promotion.
City of Fullerton: City-Wide Fiber Optic Network
The City of Fullerton, in partnership with SiFi Networks America, proposed a project that would bring fiber optic infrastructure to every home, business and institution within the city’s boundaries and would provide the community with the option to continue with their existing internet service providers or seek service providers who have leased gigabit fiber from SiFi.
City of Huntington Beach: Vans Off The Wall Skatepark
The City of Huntington Beach partnered with Vans, Orange County’s premier shoe and skate manufacturer and retailer, to provide an exciting family-friendly recreational venue. No public dollars beyond City’s land and $40,000 contribution to the project’s environmental impact report will be expended in this unprecedented partnership.
County of Orange: Roadway Pavement Distress Evaluations and Asset Inventory
The County of Orange Public Works Department, along with the Cities of Dana Point and Lake Forest, partnered with NCE to conduct an inventory of transportation assets to ensure that the transportation infrastructure throughout the county and both cities are safe, efficient, and meet the needs of the community.
Orange County Vector Control District: Big Canyon Pond Mosquito Management and Pesticide Reduction Plan
In partnership with California Department of Fish and Wildlife and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services, Orange County Vector Control District plans to install a large siphon from the pond at Big Canyon Creek to Upper Newport Bay in order to kill mosquitos, lowering the health threat to the public while also reducing the amount of pesticides used at the pond.

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