Mayoral Proclamations may be issued for historical, cultural, civic celebrations, non-profit organizations and achievements, or events with significance to the City of Auburn. Auburn residents can request a Mayoral Proclamation to commemorate milestone birthdays of 75 years or more. Proclamations may also recognize a special day, week or month.
All requests must be submitted, at least two weeks prior to the event. Requests, other than birthdays, will go through an internal review process. Proclamations taking sides in matters of political controversy or addressing personal convictions will not be issued.
Submitting your Request for Proclamations
To have a proclamation request considered, complete a Proclamation Request Form.
The request form may be printed and submitted by the following methods:
- Fax: (315) 253-8345
- Scan and Email
- Mail or hand-delivered to:
Memorial City Hall, Suite 115
24 South St.
Auburn, NY 13021
Once signed by the Mayor, an original Proclamation is returned to the requestor. In the case of a milestone birthday proclamation, the Mayor can deliver the original proclamation to the recipient, upon request, if his schedule allows. Whenever possible, the Proclamation will also be read before the City Council at a regularly scheduled Council meeting prior to the event. Copies of the original Proclamation may be provided to the requestor, if other than the recipient, and in cases of group recognition or events.
A Request Form can also be mailed to you by contacting the Mayor’s Office at (315) 255-4104.
- The Mayor’s Office reserves the right to modify or deny any request for a Proclamation.
- All requests must be submitted at least two (2) weeks prior to event.