Order a Paver Today

Two Ways to Purchase a Paver:

Donations & Planned Giving

  • All donations are welcome to support the park
  • Three premium levels of private and public support have been established for recognitions in addition to the pavers
  • Levels include: Bronze - $250, Silver - $500, and Gold - $1000
  • Donate Online 

Installation of Pavers
Paver orders taken before June 1, 2017 will be processed to be ordered and installed summer of 2017. A recognition ceremony will take place during the annual POW/MIA Candle Light March on September 7, 2017 at Veterans Park. The Committee is working to provide an electronic "Locator" that allows families to click on the Veteran’s Park website link and view the location of pavers installed in the three red paver lanes.

Placement & Replacement
Pavers are placed randomly in the three memorial red striped areas or may be requested to be side-by-side or rows with other pavers of family or comrades. Written special requests will be considered by the Veteran's Park organization. Veteran's Park is responsible for replacing cracked pavers. Requests to move a paver that has already been installed, to a new location, must have a paper request signed by the original purchaser of that paver. Please mail or drop off request at North St. Paul City Hall desk. The Veterans Park Committee will consider the request and respond only to the original purchaser of that particular paver.

Events
For a calendar listing of the latest Veteran's Park events visit www.nspveteranspark.org.

History

The North St. Paul Veteran's Park Committee has been working for a number of years to create a beautiful public space to give tribute to veterans and their loved ones. North St. Paul Veterans Park, located at 2460 Margaret Street & at Highway 36 is a joint effort of the American Legion Post 39, VFW Post 1350, North High Air Force JROTC and the City of North St. Paul. Veteran's Park broke ground on November 11, 2013. History of Veteran's Park.

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To help provide comfort and reassurance to the families of fallen members of the military Flags for Fallen Military offers families an American flag as a tribute to fallen heroes.