Proclamations, special recognitions and letters issued by the Office of the Mayor provide an opportunity for Mayor Fulk to recognize exceptional events and people within the City of Allen. They are issued for civic celebrations, organizations and individuals celebrating significant events or contributions to society.
Letter: A letter of greeting / congratulations for souvenir booklets, conferences and seminars of a 50th or greater anniversary, birthdays over age 90, or family reunions held in Allen.
Proclamation: A formal declaration of a day/week/month in honor a special event.
Special Recognition: A formal document that extends recognition to a person or organization for an accomplishment or contribution to show appreciation for outstanding citizenry in the City of Allen.
The Office of the City Secretary is responsible for the preparation of all honorariums on behalf of the Mayor and City Councilmembers. Specific criteria for the issuance of documents has been established and the City Secretary will assess what type of honorarium, if any, can be issued. Preparation of certificates may be limited, as mass distribution leads to it losing its significance.
To request a proclamation, special recognition or letter, please complete a request form at least 30 days prior to issuance.
City in Texas
Allen is a city in Collin County in the U.S. state of Texas, and a northern suburb of Dallas. According to the 2020 U.S. census its population was 104,627, up from 84,246 in 2010. Allen is located approximately twenty miles north of downtown Dallas and is a part of the Dallas–Fort Worth metropolitan area.