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Request Proclamation or Resolution


Mayor holding proclamation with seated man, Mr. Fulton Walker.

What Are Proclamations and Resolutions?                                                 Proclamations are issued by the mayor to recognize the significance of community events, individual achievements, federal and state holidays, and global occasions. Proclamations may designate a day, week, month, or any other allotted period of time, as a time of recognition. Resolutions are issued to celebrate and honor the lives of individuals who have passed away. 

How to Request Proclamations and Resolutions? 

Proclamations and resolutions may be requested be completing the Request Form

  • Request should be submitted at least 15 days prior to the date needed.  
  • These public service documents are not legally binding nor do they constitute an endorsement by the mayor
  • The Mayor's Office reserves the right to modify or deny any requests.
  • Individuals and entities do not retain exclusive rights to the day, week, month, or time period of their proclamation or resolution. 
  • New requests must be submitted to recognize a period of time that has been recognized in the past.