Veterans Monument

Veterans MonumentHonoring Placentia Residents

The City of Placentia Veterans Advisory Committee established the Veterans Monument to honor residents that served in the armed forces. All of the names engraved on the monument are reviewed by the Veterans Advisory Committee.

Those with names on the monument consist of military service veterans and active duty service personnel who were raised, educated, or entered the service in Placentia, including those who listed Placentia as their hometown when enlisting.

Name Submission Procedure

To submit names for the monument, please complete the Placentia Veterans Registration (PDF) form and return it to the address below:

Placentia Police Department
Attn: Office of the Chief
401 E Chapman Avenue
Black and white photograph of Veterans MonumentPlacentia, CA 92870

After review from the Veterans Advisory Committee, selected names are added to the monument and recognized during the Veterans Day Observance Ceremony.

Veterans Monument Community-Wide Fundraiser

The Veterans Advisory Committee was essential in the establishment of the Veterans Monument in 1994 to honor residents who have served or are currently serving in the armed forces. Twenty-two years later, the Veterans Monument, located in the Civic Center Complex, is reaching its capacity and is in need of expansion to accommodate future names of those that have served, are currently serving, or have paid the ultimate sacrifice in serving our Country. The Committee has embarked upon a community-wide fundraiser to raise the necessary funds to build two new panels for the Veterans Monument.

Veterans MonumentFor more information on the fundraiser and to make a donation, please view the Veterans Monument Expansion Letter and Donation Form (PDF).

For More Information

For more information about the monument, please call (714) 993-8141.

Veterans Services

For more information on services for veterans, please contact the County of Orange Veterans Services Office at (714) 567-7450.