What is a Proclamation?
Proclamations are ceremonial documents issued and signed by the Mayor that officially recognize the importance of a person, an event, a campaign, or an organization for a certain day, week or month.
Proclamations are noted by the Mayor at the end of each Council meeting as an information item. The Mayor will read the proclamation title, organization's name, and the date the proclamation is in effect. Please note that the text of the proclamation will not be read aloud.
How to Request a Proclamation:
Step 1: Download and fill out the Proclamation Request Form, which can be downloaded here: 2017 Proclamation Form.docx
Step 2: Draft your proclamation text, using the text on the Proclamation Request Form as a guide.
Email your filled-out Proclamation Request Form and proclamation text to Pamela.Clark@brampton.ca Please note that only one proclamation is issued for each event.
Step 4: You will be notified when and where you can pick up your printed and framed proclamation. NOTE: If you do not pick up your proclamation within 60 days of the event date, it will be mailed to you without a frame.
Proclamations do not constitute a personal or civic endorsement and are issued at the discretion of the City of Brampton.