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“Honoring Service….Celebrating Freedom”

Veterans Tribute Plaza recognizes and honors the men and women who have lived in Washington County and sacrificed in service to our country in the United States Armed Forces.  Located at the intersection of US Highways 30 and 75, the memorial has three components; the Wall of Honor, the Walk of Flags, and the Stars and Bars.

Phase I   Complete.  Memorial’s infrastructure including landscaping, lighting, benches and the Walk of Flags that includes the American flag, flags of each branch of the US Armed Forces, and the POW/MIA flag.

Phase II  Complete.  The Wall of Honor is actually two walls of stainless steel and polished black granite, each are 9 feet high and 25 feet engraved with the names of more than 6,200 local veterans.

Phase III   To Be Complete Upon Receiving Funds.  “Stars & Bars” is a stunning stainless steel depiction by Dr. Milt Heinrich that will symbolize both the sacrifices made by those who served, as well as celebrate our hard-fought freedom.

How You Can Participate

 There are several ways that you can show your support for our veterans who and become a vital part of this historic Washington County memorial.

Buy a Brick - $100  Original street pavers, reclaimed and engraved with your name or the names of loved ones.  Supply is limited.

Premier Sponsors - Several sponsorship levels are still available.  Donors from $1,000 - $50,000 are prominently positioned on the polished black granite East Wall at the entrance to the memorial. 

Contact info@veteranstributeplaza.org for more information.