Carbon Valley Veterans Wall of honor

The Carbon Valley Veterans Wall of Honor is located at SH52 and Colorado Boulevard. This monument was constructed to honor Veterans throughout the Carbon Valley who have served during a time of conflict or non-conflict, and been honorably discharged.

Wall of Honor

The Wall of Honor recognizes Carbon Valley Veterans. Veterans, or their families, seeking to have a name placed on the Wall of Honor should obtain an application from the City of Dacono.

  1. Carbon Valley Veterans Memorial 

Veterans must have a connection to the Carbon Valley area, but current residency is not required. Possible connections are resident of Dacono, Firestone or Frederick, former resident of Dacono, Firestone, or Frederick, lived in Carbon Valley area. The Veteran’s name, branch of service, and dates of service will be on the wall.

2020 Engraving 

The 2020 dedication ceremony has been canceled, but names will still be added to the Wall. The deadline to submit names for the 2020 engraving has now passed, with submittals now being accepted for the 2021 engraving.

Release or Discharge Forms

In addition to the application, a copy of the DD-214 form, Certificate of Release or Discharge From Active Duty, is required with the submittal to verify military service. All documentation will be verified. Go to National Archives for assistance obtaining documentation.

No Cost

Currently, there is no cost to have a Veteran’s name placed on the Wall of Honor. There will also be opportunities to help support the project through donor tiles on the seat walls. 

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