The City of Orlando’s iLead: Your Interactive Neighborhood Training Source program recently won first place at the 40th annual Neighborhoods USA national conference in the Best Neighborhood Program Award – Social Revitalization Category. This national award recognizes outstanding programs by a governmental entity, business or corporation that help build stronger communities.
Under the leadership of Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, the City of Orlando’s Office of Communications and Neighborhood Relations developed the iLead program to organize, support, mentor and guide citizens and organizations in their effort to keep their neighborhood a great place to live, work and play. The Graphics team was a integral part of this successful campaign – from the initial logo design, to branding the entire campaign to formatting the interactive guides.
“Keeping our residents and neighborhood associations informed, connected and involved is important. The iLead program offers a new and creative way to engage our neighborhood leaders,” said Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer.
View the press release here.