Proclamations Proclamations Proclamations are an excellent way of providing valuable information and awareness to the Citizens of the City of Weyburn. Proclamations can be issued for special events and/or activities to recognize the effort and commitment of organizations within Weyburn that enhance our community! If you are interested in having the City of Weyburn proclaim your event, please review the policy and complete the application below. Organization Name*Contact NameOrganization Address*Is your organization a non-profit? Yes No Third Choice PROCLAMATION INFORMATIONProclamation Information* Proclamation Name*Start Date* End Date* Briefly explain how your proclamation is of interest and/or benefits the citizens of Weyburn*Proclamation PolicyAll requests for proclamations shall be submitted to the Mayor for approval at least two weeks prior to the proposed date for the proclamation. Please note, a representative must be present at the time of the signing of the proclamation. The Mayor may, in his/her sole discretion, approve the request for proclamations provided that, in the judgement of the Mayor, the proclamation does not: 1. Promote any commercial business; 2. Involve any person or organization which promotes hatred of any person or class of persons, or otherwise involves illegal activity; 3. Contain any inflammatory, obscene or libellous statement; or 4. Concern any sexual, religious or politically sensitive subject. The City shall not be responsible for any costs associated with a proclamation by the Mayor, including publication of the proclamation. The local print media are requested: 1. Not to publish any proclamation purporting to be proclaimed by the Mayor, unless it bears his/her original signature; 2. When publishing a proclamation by the Mayor, that the proclamation contain only: a) the logo of the City of Weyburn; b) the name of the City of Weyburn; c) the text of the proclamation; and d) if requested by the sponsoring group, a photograph of the Mayor signing the proclamation. Please note, a representative must be present at the time of the signing of the proclamation.