The COVID Remembrance Flag Program was created for the community of Temecula to honor and recognize loved ones who have succumbed to the COVID-19 coronavirus. The recipient’s name and date of passing are printed on a flag, and displayed at the Temecula Duck Pond through August 2, 2021, when the temporary white COVID Remembrance flags will be honorably removed. Temecula residents/families who requested a customized flag that flew and memorialized their loved ones who died from COVID-19 will be invited, along with the public, to a small vigil to be held on October 21, 2021. As a lasting memorial, a permanent bench will be placed at the Duck Pond as a resting/reflective place with a plaque that remembers Temecula withstood the worldwide coronavirus pandemic.
There was no cost to the applicant for this program.
Applicants for the COVID Remembrance Flag Program adhered to following criteria:
Applicants for the COVID Remembrance Flag Program followed the following process: