The Community Service Award recognizes sustained, pro bono service to the community demonstrating sound principles or values of landscape architecture.
Peter Pollack, FASLA, of Ann Arbor, Mich., will receive the ASLA Community Service Award for his sustained, pro bono service to the community demonstrating sound principles and values of landscape architecture. Pollack has contributed his landscape architecture expertise to citizen advisory committees, ad hoc mayoral committees, and neighborhood and civic groups for over 30 years, spanning policy making, physical planning, and project implementation. I his volunteer leadership positions, Pollack seeks to guide vision and perception, sort fact from emotional response, and create consensus.
Read the nomination letter from Patrick A. Miller, PH.D, FASLA, Support letters from John Hieftje, Mayor, Jane S. Miller, Len Hopper, FASLA, Sue F. McCormick, Robert T. Tetens, Tom A. Freeman, his biography and articles.