What is the difference between a certificate of recognition, proclamation, and a resolution?
A Certificate of Recognition is provided to a local individual, business or organization to recognize outstanding achievements that have benefited the Fullerton community.
A Proclamation is a ceremonial document issued by the City Council to commemorate a specific time period (day, week, or month) for the purpose of raising awareness about local efforts.
A Certificate of Resolution is a ceremonial document that generally commends a local person, business or organization for service to the community for a particular accomplishment that benefits the community of is deemed exemplary.
If you would like to request recognition from the City Council, please submit a request for approval below. If you would like give a presentation to the City Council, please contact the Public Information Office at (714) 738-6317. All presentation requests, certificates and proclamations are subject to review and approval and must reflect a significant achievement, milestone, or community benefit. The City reserves the right to deny a request.