Brownsburg Parks has developed the following policy and procedure for memorials to help individuals, organizations, and families celebrate their loved ones. The following procedures and policies are designed to be fair, consistent, and efficient for anyone interested in donating a memorial in a Brownsburg Parks property.
Parks and public lands' accessibility to the general public makes them common and logical locations for Memorials. Brownsburg Parks will only consider Memorials commemorating individuals and/or events of local historical significance in locations consistent with the master plan for the park or public space.
This Memorial Policy establishes criteria to maintain flexibility and standards in developing memorials in the Brownsburg park system. Brownsburg Parks reserves the right to restrict memorials of individuals, dates, events, and those industries and products that do not support the goals, vision, and mission of the department. Review the full application below, including cost, process, and more.
The beautifully landscaped Veterans Memorial garden is surrounded by a pathway of brick pavers. These bricks are inscribed with the names of veterans, the branch of the military they served in, and their dates of service. The brick pavers encircle a granite monument with the names and dates of military actions participated in by this country. To purchase a brick, complete the Brick Order Form (PDF)and email it to Brownsburg Parks.