Crowley Veterans Memorial Plaza

The Crowley Veterans Memorial Committee was founded in May 2010. The board worked diligently discussing and planning the Veterans Plaza to honor those who have served and those currently serving our country. It became an official city of Crowley park project in December 2012. With the support of the Crowley City Council, private businesses, many individuals and especially the residents of Crowley, the project was completed.
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Official Opening


The Crowley Veterans Plaza was officially opened with a dedication ceremony on May 23, 2015.

View Video of Dedication

Parts of the Memorial


  • In the plaza, there are five walls, each representing a branch of the military.
  • On the back of the walls, the names of Crowley area veterans are displayed in granite.
  • In the center of the plaza is a fountain with a pedestal displaying a bronze replica of the soldier's cross and the names of soldiers from Crowley who have been killed in action.

Location


The Veterans Plaza is open to the public and located at 405 South Oak Street between the Crowley Library and Crowley Fire Station No. 2.

Adding Names to the Wall


Applications (PDF) are still available for names of military personnel to be added to the walls. For more information please email Julie Hepler or call 817-297-2201, ext. 4300.