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City of Boerne Ceremonial Document Request

  1. About Ceremonial Documents

    A ceremonial document is a proclamation, letter or certificate that may congratulate, honor, or recognize a city of Boerne resident or organization and are bestowed at the discretion of the mayor.

    Ceremonial documents are reserved for people, places or events that positively contribute to the economic, social, and/or cultural fabric of the City of Boerne.

    Ceremonial documents are at the mayor’s discretion, but will not be issued if:

    • The request promotes campaigns, events, or ideological and political beliefs that are contrary to the policies or laws of the City of Boerne or not of a generally inclusive and harmonious benefit to the greater Boerne community.
    • The request takes a side/position regarding international disputes or is a subjective statement of ideology.
    • The request is on behalf of individuals/groups of which the requester has no proven affiliation.

    The mayor’s office reserves the right to deny any request or refer the requestor to another official or agency. Presentation of ceremonial documents are typically conducted outside of City Council meetings. The City of Boerne reserves the right to modify documents to meet City of Boerne formatting and editorial standards.

    Visit the Proclamations and Ceremonial Documents page to learn more.

  2. Request Type*
  3. Tell us about the subject of your request.

  4. How would you like to receive the document?*

    Please note: In-person presentations by the Mayor are for proclamations and certificates of commendation only and are dependent upon the Mayor's schedule.

  5. Street Address

  6. Street Address

  7. For Proclamations, please complete the following sections:

    Suggested language - Please provide the exact language that you would like to be included in the actual document; please limit to 6 Whereas clauses of no more than 250 characters each. Click here to see a sample proclamation.

     (Please note the suggested text is subject to modification.)

  8. To your knowledge, has this proclamation been provided in previous years?
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