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Most Recent City Proclamations

June 2022

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LGBTQIA+ Month

The City of Roseville supports the LGBTQIA+ community and honors their many contributions to the health of the city; and remains committed to treating all people with fairness and respect. Roseville continues the tradition for communities across America to recognize their LGBTQIA+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Ally) residents during the month of June; and recognizes the + to symbolize the inclusion of all identities. The City of Roseville believes that all people deserve to be protected from bullying, harassment, discrimination, and health disparities; and convey a clear message that intolerance is not welcome in our community.

The City Council declares June 2022 to be LGBTQIA+ Pride Month in the City of Roseville.


Mayor Daniel J. Roe


2022 City Proclamations
January

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Human Trafficking Awareness and Prevention Month



February

Black History Month
Optimist Day


March

Women's History Month

April

Fair Housing Month
Days of Remembrance
Arbor Day

May
Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month
Mental Health Awareness Month
Older Adults Month

June

LGBTQIA+ Month

July

Americans with Disabilities Act Anniversary
Parks & Recreation Month


2021 City Proclamations


January


Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Human Trafficking Awareness and Prevention Month
Optimist Day

February


Black History Month

March


Women's History Month

April


Arbor Day
Day of Remembrance
Fair Housing Month

May


Asian Pacific Islander Month
Mental Health Awareness Month
Older Adults Month
National Police Officers' Memorial Day and National Police Week

June


LGBTQQIA+ Pride Week

July


Parks and Recreation Month
Americans with Disabilities

September


Constitution Week
Kiwanis Peanut Day

September-October


Hispanic Heritage Month

November


Native American Month