Residents, Organizations Win Beautification Awards

Almost two dozen winners were awarded for keeping the city looking so great.

Provided by the City of Redwood City

From landscaping to remodeling, garden design to historic renovation, and architectural design to neighborhood improvement, the annual Mayor’s Beautification Recognition Program highlights the best projects from throughout the community of Redwood City.

Winners were honored at Monday’s city council meeting with a reception and a plaque in honor of their civil pride.

This year’s winners were honored at a special reception and ceremony at a City Council meeting on September 12, where each honoree received a special plaque, along with the congratulations and thanks of the Mayor and the Council, in honor of their civic pride.

The annual Mayor’s Beautification Recognition Program, coordinated 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, homeowners 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 the entries.

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 Recognition 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.


Winners of Redwood City’s 2011 Mayor’s Beautification Recognition Awards:


Steven Howard

907 Katherine Avenue



Dennis Jang & Bill Demas

Turn, Inc

835 Main Street

Structural Remodel/Design


Christine Bahr

1187 Lyons Street



Rick & Courtney Caccia

Structural Remodel/Design


Steve & Lisa Deal

1119 Fairview Avenue



Chad & Chian Robinson

3708 Farm Hill



Rick & Barb Urrutia

423 Bark Drive



M.A Malone

287 G Street



Lee & Karyn Warner



Frank & Liza Bizzarro

1640 Hopkins Avenue



David Kassouf

The Sandwich Spot

2420 Broadway Street

Structural Remodel/Design


Jesus & Yolanda Lopez

Mi Rancho Market

150 Charter Avenue

Structural Remodel/Design


Spencer Arton & Zareh Samurkashian

Circle K Service Station

602 El Camino Real

Structual Remodel/Design


Michael Giotinis

1808 El Camino Real

Structural Remodel/Design


Brian Jensen & Michael Bickford

In-N-out Burger

949 Veterans Boulevard

Structural Remodel/Design


Ryan Sand

Verizon Wireless

2501 El Camino Real

Structural Remodel/Design


Yume "Sportcourt"

1204 & 1280 Middlefield Road

Structural Remodel/Design


Frank Shih & Lin Wang


2206 Broadway Street

Structural Remodel/Design


Dan Crawford

2707 Hopkins Avenue



Mark Fontana

Special Recognition

Union Cemetary


Kevin & Julie Bazzell

155 Fulton Street

Structural Remodel/Design


Jim Cannon


503 Whipple Avenue

Structural Remodel/Design


Matthew & Peggy Klein

2236 Hopkins Avenue


Sponsors and supporters of the annual Mayor’s Beautification Recognition Program:

  • Allied Waste Services
  • Cheryl Angeles
  • Glenborough Pauls
  • Maria Martinucci
  • The Muhlker Family
  • Recology San Mateo County
  • Peninsula Building Material Co.
  • Port of Redwood City
  • Redwood City Civic Cultural Commission
  • Redwood Oaks Neighborhood Association
  • Sequoia Health Services
  • SIMS Metal
  • Wells Fargo Bank


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