Requesting a Mayoral Proclamation
Proclamations are typically issued by the Mayor to recognize the importance of a community event, significant achievements by a community member, or to signal Barre City’s role in significant national events.
Mayoral Proclamations typically must have a specific connection to the City of Barre, such as highlighting an event taking place in the City or honoring a City resident. Depending on the desire of the requesting party, Proclamations may be read at a City Council meeting, at the community event being recognized, or both depending entirely on the schedule of the Mayor. All proclamations are posted on the City’s website. Original signed proclamations will be provided to the requesting party.
Requestors are typically asked to provide draft language for the proclamation, as well as how they would like the signed proclamation delivered. Proclamations requested at least one month in advance have the best chance of being completed and provided to the requestor by a specific date. To request a Mayoral Proclamation or for more information, contact Mayor Lucas Herring.
Recent Mayoral Proclamations
- Extra Mile Day - November 1, 2018
- American Indian Heritage Month - November 2018
- SHS Kiwanis Key Club - October 30, 2018
- Vermont Philharmonic - October 21, 2018
- YouthBuild - September 29, 2018
- Ellen Sivret Day - September 19, 2018
- National Patriotism Week - September 10, 2018
- Poppy Day - May 25, 2018
- Kids to Parks Day - May 19, 2018
- Falun Dafa Day - May 13, 2018
- Green Up Week - May 1, 2018
- Granite Center Garden Club Day - April 15, 2018
- Barre Area Senior Center Day - April 10, 2018
- National Service Recognition Day - April 3, 2018