Veterans Memorial Wall

About Veterans Memorial Wall

Born in America's defense during World War II, the City of Henderson continues to honor its war born heritage. On November 11, 1994, the City officials dedicated the only Veterans Memorial Wall in southern Nevada, honoring those that have fought for our country to protect the threads of freedom and democracy that are woven into the fabric of American patriotism.

Originally inscribed with 1,213 names, the wall today bears more than 1,850 veterans and soldiers that have served our country, standing adjacent to Henderson City Hall. The Wall honors deceased veterans that lived in Henderson prior to 1980, all Vietnam War, Persian Gulf War and Global War on Terror veterans either living or deceased who were Henderson residents at the time of their service, and soldiers killed in action living in Henderson from 1980 to present.

Veterans Memorial Wall

(adjacent to Henderson City Hall)
240 Water Street
Henderson, NV 89015

For those who would like to be considered or have someone considered for inclusion on the Henderson Veterans Memorial Wall based upon eligibility, please complete the Veterans Memorial Wall Request Form and email it to Lisa Keim, Executive Administrative Assistant to the Mayor and Council, at Veterans_COH@cityofhenderson.com. If you have any questions, please call 702-267-2406.