The Mayor and Town Council appreciate the contributions that Parker residents and businesses make to the community. For such occasions, the Mayor will recognize community members with certificates and proclamations and by occasionally attending events. Instructions for inviting the Mayor and/or Councilmembers to an event or requesting a document are listed below.
If you would like to invite the Mayor or a Councilmember to an event, please submit a formal request including the event name, host, location, date and time. Please be aware that the Mayor and Councilmember schedules fill up quickly, so please submit requests well in advance of the event. If scheduling conflicts occur, the Mayor and/or Councilmembers may not be able to attend the requested event.
The Mayor and Council issue special certificates of commendation, recognition and achievement for the following types of occasions:
Requests for certificates should include:
Due to the large volume of worthy requests, not all requests for certificates will result in the award of a certificate. In order to request a certificate, please submit a request here.
Proclamations are historical documents that declare a day, week, or month in honor of a cause, individual, or occasion of significance to Parker or to its residents.
Reasons to request a proclamation may include:
Requests for proclamations should include:
The Town of Parker reserves the right to decline or modify requests and make exceptions to any of the above guidelines. Request for proclamations should be made as far in advance as possible of the date needed. Please submit requests electronically here.