Category (must select one):
2022 Holiday Lighting Contest winners are not be eligible to win the same category in 2023. 2022 winners are eligible to compete in a different category (excluding rookie and the category they won in 2022):
—Please choose an option—Clark W Griswold - The display you can see from outer space!Frosty’s Recognition - Best use of holiday characters (Frosty, Santa, Mrs. Claus, Rudolph, Buddy the Elf, etc.)Traditional - Light display that captures the classic Christmas motifRookie - First year entering the contestCommercial - For commercial businesses
Holiday Lighting Contest Guidelines:
By entering the contest, you are agreeing to allow to have your address on a map which will be shared on social media for the community to view Christmas lights in the area.
Decorations must be visible from the roadway.
Only properties within the city limits are eligible for judging.
If your address does not reside within the city limits, your address will be posted on the public map for community viewing but will not be eligible for judging.
Last day to submit an online entry form is Monday, December 11, 2023.
Decorations for the contest must be available and lit up December 13-20 between the hours of 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. for judging.
Contest winners will be notified after December 21, 2023.
A Holiday Lighting Contest awards presentation will take place at a City Council meeting in January.
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