City of Greenville, NC

Request For A Mayoral Letter Or Proclamation


Citizens can request a Mayoral letter or proclamation to commemorate special events. Requests will go through an internal review process, so it is necessary to submit your request at least two weeks prior to the date the document is needed to insure timely issuance.

Letters
The Mayor’s Office offers letters for conferences, conventions, seminars, professional celebrations, significant birthdays and/or anniversaries. In order to prepare the letter in a timely manner, the following information is required:
  • The title or nature of the event
  • The specific date of the event
  • The date the letter is needed
  • A brief history of the organization or a biographical summary of the person as well as any other pertinent information
  • The name, address and telephone number of the requestor
  • An indication of whether the proclamation should be mailed or will be picked up
Requests for a Mayoral letter may be sent to the City Clerk’s Office electronically. A printable request form is also available and may be submitted by fax (252-329-4435), delivery to 200 West Fifth Street, or mail at PO Box 7207, Greenville, NC 27835. Once signed by the Mayor, the original letter is returned to the requestor unless other instructions are given. The Mayor's Office reserves the right to modify or deny any request.

Click here to fill out a request online.
Click here to print a request form.

Proclamations and Commendations
Proclamations may be issued for civic celebrations, non-profit organizations, and significant events with importance to the citizens of Greenville. Proclamations taking sides in matters of political controversy or addressing personal convictions will not be issued. Proclamations may recognize a day, week or month. The Mayor’s Office reserves the right to modify or deny any proclamation request. In order to have a proclamation prepared in a timely manner, a proclamation request form must be completed.

Proclamations are issued in honor of individuals only upon a 100th birthday. If recognition is desired for someone who has made significant contributions of importance to Greenville, a commendation may be requested by completing a commendation request form. In order for the Mayor to issue a commendation in honor of an individual, the following information is required:
  • The date the document is needed
  • Biographical information for the individual
  • Significant contributions of the individual
  • The date and type of event beign planned for the individual
  • The name, address and telephone number of the requestor
Submitting Your Request For Proclamations and Commendations
To have a proclamation considered for issuance by the Mayor, complete a proclamation or commendation request form, which includes draft language or a sample proclamation. Requests should be submitted two weeks in advance. The proclamation request form may be submitted electronically or printed and submitted by fax (252-329-4435) or mail (Post Office Box 7207, Greenville, NC 27835). Once signed by the Mayor, the original proclamation is returned to the requestor, a copy is sent to the Public Information Office to be broadcast on the Government Access Channel, and a copy is sent to The Daily Reflector newspaper. The issuance of a proclamation does not constitute an endorsement by the City of Greenville.

Click one of the following for requests:

Proclamation (online version)
Commendation (online version)
Proclamation (printable version)
Commendation (printable version)

To View Current Proclamations
Proclamations are published at this website and on the Government Access TV Channel (GTV-9). They are also submitted to The Daily Reflector newspaper. To access proclamations click on the links below.

2012 Proclamations
2011 Proclamations
2010 Proclamations
2009 Proclamations
2008 Proclamations
2007 Proclamations
2006 Proclamations

2013 PROCLAMATIONS

JANUARY

School Choice Week                   January 27 - February 2


 

 

 


FEBRUARY

Shaw University's Black History Appreciation Day                       
                   February 23

 

 

 


 


MARCH

Women in Construction Week    
                                            March 3 - March 9


 

 

 

 

APRIL 

Fair Housing Month                                             Month of April

Lets Move! Initiative Appreciation Month                                      Month of April

National Community Development Week                                                April 1 - 6

East Carolina University Pirates Men's Basketball Day                                   April 12

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


MAY

National ALS Awareness Month                                      Month of May

Neighborhood Symposium Day     May 4

National Nursing Home Week                                       May 12 - 18

 

 


JUNE

Elder Abuse Awareness Month    Month of June

Community Health Improvement Week                                     June 2 - 8

 


 


JULY

Parks and Recreation Month        Month of July

ADA Anniversary Day 
July 26

 

 

 

 

AUGUST 

Stuart Aronson Appreciation Day                                         August 18

 

 

 

 

 

 


SEPTEMBER

Pullin' For Pink Day                  September 15

 

 

 


OCTOBER

 

 


 


NOVEMBER

Alzheimer's Awareness Month Month of November

Buddy Poppies Days             November 8-9


 

 

 

 

DECEMBER 

Employee Learning Week December 2-6

Migrants Day                             December 18

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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