Dublin Veterans Park Closed for Improvements
Dublin Veterans Park and the Grounds of Remembrance are undergoing improvements this spring. Work is starting today, Monday, March 16, 2015 and is expected to be completed before Memorial Day. The park is closed to visitors while the improvements are underway.
Crews will be replacing the material used on the Recognition Walk to address erosion that has been occurring in the park. The new material will have the same appearance as the original gravel but will be more stable and easier to maintain.
The City is also using this opportunity to upgrade the Dedication Stones themselves to make them more readable. This will involve removing all existing stone pavers and replacing them with new ones.
The Grounds of Remembrance in Dublin Veterans Park is a tribute to the men and women of the armed forces who have courageously served our country in times of war and peace. It is located on approximately one acre of land in Historic Dublin near the Dublin Public Library, along the Indian Run.
Land of the Free and Home of the Brave
The City of Dublin in partnership with the LCPL Wesley G. Davids American Legion Post 800 and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10691 hosted the annual Veterans Day Ceremony from onTuesday, Nov. 11 at the Grounds of Remembrance in Veterans Park.
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Grounds of Remembrance in Dublin Veterans Park
The Grounds of Remembrance in Dublin Veterans Park is a tribute to the men and women of the armed forces who have courageously served our country in times of war and peace.
Designed by PLANT Architect Inc., as a place for reflection and as a place to recognize those who have defended our freedom, visitors are encouraged to utilize the features of the Grounds of Remembrance to enhance their overall experience.
In addition to being reserved as a place for reflection, the Grounds of Remembrance also serves as the ceremonial backdrop for Memorial Day and Veteran’s Day observances.
The Grounds of Remembrance is dedicated in the honor of all that have made sacrifices to defend our freedom; from the first 16 Dublin volunteers who joined the 46th Regiment of the Ohio Volunteer Infantry in October 1861 to the men and women who are serving today and their families who give up so much to support them.
Dublin Veterans Park is located on approximately one acre of land in Historic Dublin near the Dublin Public Library, along the Indian Run. The map below shows the Park’s location in Historic Dublin and also describes the key features of the Grounds of Remembrance.
Download the map.