Issuing Proclamations is a ceremonial function of the Mayor of Liberty Hill, TX.
The final decision on whether a proclamation is issued or not is up to the discretion of the Mayor. No proclamations are issued to non-residents or for non-Liberty Hill events, unless specifically approved by the Mayor in advance. The Mayor is honored that you have chosen to include her to participate in marking the significant occasions in the lives of Liberty Hill citizens.
Proclamations are ideal for:
- honoring individuals and organizations for outstanding achievement,
- honoring members of the civic, fraternal, veteran, Scouting, educational, non-profit, neighborhood or church groups in the community,
- honoring special occasions or anniversaries or other dates that are noteworthy to residents of the area, and
- honoring special dates of historical significance.
Making a Mayoral Proclamation is ceremonial and intended for non-commercial (and non-political) purposes. Businesses may request a Proclamation for anniversaries of 50 years or more, garnering acclaim/recognition in the field or other very notable event, only. Requests must be made no fewer than two weeks before the event; unless approved by the Mayor.
Request a Proclamation
- Read the Proclamation Guidelines
- Fill out the Proclamation Form
- Submit completed form to [email protected] or deliver to City Hall (926 Loop 332, Liberty Hill, TX 78642)