- What is the name, spelling and address of the Mayor?
- How do I request special recognition documents (proclamation, letter of congratulations, letter of greeting, etc.) from the Mayor?
- Where can I go for more information?
How do I request special recognition documents (proclamation, letter of congratulations, letter of greeting, etc.) from the Mayor?
All requests must be made in writing. A proclamation is a special document signed by the Mayor proclaiming a special day, usually in honor of a special event, activity, organizational accomplishment or anniversary, or special person. Letters of congratulations on achievements, birthdays, anniversaries, as well as letters of greetings to groups meeting in Southfield for a special occasion, can be arranged. Include the name of the event, activity, organization or individual, the date to be honored, time, location, and as much pertinent information as possible to assist the Mayor in preparing the document. Provide the name of a contact person and telephone number in case there are any questions. The Mayor's secretary will get back to you by telephone and/or letter as soon as possible.
Where can I go for more information?
For more information, contact the Mayor's Office, (248) 796-5100.