Proclamations

Proclamations are formal public declarations from the governor. Often proclamations declare states of emergency or call the legislature into a special session. Proclamations on this page are unique from the ceremonial proclamations issued by the governor’s office.

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Select the column headings in the table below to sort by proclamation number, issue date, title or status.





Numbersort ascending Issued Title Status
20-28.11 10/02/2020 COVID-19: Open Public Meetings Act and Public Records Act Inactive
20-28.10 09/16/2020 Wildfire-Related Exemptions to Open Public Meetings Act Proclamations Inactive
20-28.09 09/02/2020 COVID-19: Open Public Meetings Act and Public Records Act Inactive
20-28.08 07/31/2020 COVID-19: Open Public Meetings Act and Public Records Act Inactive
20-28.07 07/08/2020 COVID-19: Open Public Meetings Act and Public Records Act Inactive
20-28.06 07/02/2020 COVID-19: Open Public Meetings Act and Public Records Act Inactive
20-28.05 06/18/2020 Open Public Meetings Act and Public Records Act Inactive
20-28.04 05/29/2020 COVID-19: Open Public Meetings Act and Public Records Act Inactive
20-28.03 05/12/2020 COVID-19: Open Public Meetings Act and Public Records Act Inactive
20-28.02 05/05/2020 COVID-19: Open Public Meetings Act and Public Records Act Inactive
20-28.01 04/23/2020 COVID-19: Open Public Meetings Act and Public Records Act Inactive
20-28 03/24/2020 COVID-19: Ley de Reuniones Públicas Abiertas y Ley de Registros Públicos Inactive
20-28 03/24/2020 COVID-19: Open Public Meetings Act and Public Records Act Inactive
20-27.7 09/02/2020 COVID-19: Electronic Notary Inactive
20-27.6 07/31/2020 COVID-19: Electronic Notary Inactive
20-27.5 07/02/2020 COVID-19: Electronic Notary Inactive
20-27.4 06/18/2020 Electric Notary Inactive
20-27.3 05/29/2020 COVID-19: Electronic Notary Inactive
20-27.2 05/05/2020 COVID-19: Electronic Notary Inactive
20-27.1 04/23/2020 COVID-19: Electronic Notary Inactive

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