Montgomery County Veterans Memorial Park & Educational Center
The Southeast corner of Interstate 45 and TX-105 is home to something very special – the Veterans Memorial Park which was built to pay tribute and to recognize the sacrifice of the United States Veterans and their families, dependents and children of the United States Veterans who served and are now serving this country. The park is also home to the First Responders Flag and Memorial which honors those who sacrifice and protect the American people.
The Montgomery County Veterans Memorial Commission pledges its dedication, commitment, and perseverance to the further development and improvements to the Montgomery County Veterans Memorial Park . The park is home to 6 Memorial galleries where Veterans, the general public, educators, families, and students can gather to learn about the experiences, tragedies, and triumphs of the men and women who are serving, or have served with the United States Military. With the great capacity and capability of The People of Montgomery County, The State of Texas, and The United States of America, will will succeed in this great undertaking.
The Line is a memorial that will have the names of all United States Military Veterans who have served or are now serving from 1775 until present. Complete and submit this application and required documentation to MCVMC.
Have yourself, family member, or friend who has served become part of one of the largest Veteran Memorials In The Nation and honor their service and sacrifice. THE LINE will be a national monument to veterans from all military branches and from across the nation. The nomination fee of $150 ($125 for 2 or more) will help support the Montgomery County Veterans Memorial Park and Educational/Visitors Center.
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It is our goal to preserve the stories of our brave soldiers before they are lost forever. Do you have a Veteran who’s story needs to be told?