The City of Auburn is pleased to consider requests for Proclamations. Proclamations are typically used to recognize exceptional achievement, extraordinary organizations and activities.
A proclamation is defined as an official announcement made by the Presiding Officer of the City Council regarding a non-controversial event, activity or special interest group which has a major city-wide impact, per the City Council's Rules of Procedure, Section 3.4. The Mayor has final approval over placement of any requests on the City Council's agenda and proclamations that promote a particular political or religious agenda will not be accepted.
Proclamation requests must be submitted in accordance with the City's established timeline for placing items on the Council's agenda. Requests should be at least two weeks before the Council meeting which you would like the proclamation presented. The City Council meetings are held on the first and third Monday of each month (unless it's a holiday and the meeting then will be held on Tuesday), at 7:30 PM at Auburn City Hall, Council Chambers located at 25 West Main.
If you have any questions, please contact the Mayor's office at 253-931-3041.
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