We are pleased to officially recognize the people, programs, particular issues and causes, accomplishments, and events that make the City of Snohomish unique by issuing proclamations. Proclamations raise awareness and signify the importance of community awareness, recognition, and community support. 

The Mayor may present proclamations at Council business meetings (held the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 6 PM in the Snohomish Carnegie Building), community events, and days of remembrance and recognition. The Mayor's Office may also issue proclamations in recognition of residents, organizations, or groups.

Please note all requests must be received a minimum of 60 days prior to issue date. This request form is for the City of Snohomish. To access Snohomish County Proclamations, please go to:

Issued Proclamations

City of Snohomish Proclamation Request

  1. Proclamation Request Criteria:
    1. All requests must be received a minimum of 60 days prior to issue date.
    2. Proclamations will be read at a City Council meeting, which occur every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month at 6 PM in the Snohomish Carnegie Building, and will be posted to the website.
    3. Proclamations are not annually renewed. Requests must be resubmitted annually. 
    4. Only requests from a Snohomish city resident, business, organization, or group will be considered. This includes requests from national, international, and out-of-state causes and organizations. 
    5. All requests must include complete draft language and necessary background information.
    6. The Mayor reserves the right to approve or decline any request and make any necessary edits to content prior to final issuance.
    7. The issuance of a proclamation does not imply endorsement from the Mayor, Mayor's Office, or the City of Snohomish 
    8. Duplicate or similar requests may be combined or declined.
    9. Requests related to political issues, ideological or religious beliefs, or individual convictions will be declined.
  2. e.g. "First Week of May," "December," "July 15," etc.

  3. What issue does this proclamation recognize? Why is this issue to the City of Snohomish? Who will benefit from recognition? Are there any associated events? 

  4. Will you pick up the signed proclamation at City Hall after it has been presented to Council?*
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