Piqua launches Veteran Banner Program


PIQUA—The city of Piqua is again offering its Veteran Banner program to recognize Piqua men and women currently serving or holding veteran status from a branch of the U.S. Armed Forces.

Banners will be displayed from Memorial Day through Veterans Day on light poles along East Ash Street, from Spring Street to the CSX railroad overpass bridge. Following Veterans Day, the banners will be removed and made available for pick up by the applicant. Applicants will be notified when banners are available for pickup.

Eligible applicants are service members who are on active duty or veterans with verification of military status (e.g. DD Form 214) and are current or former residents within the City of Piqua with proof of residency (e.g. copy of a utility bill or a driver’s license).

The program will feature the individual’s military photo, along with their name, and years of service on a 48-inch by 18-inch banner. Banners are $100.00 each, which includes two-sided design, printing, installation, and removal. Space is limited and will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis to 75 applicants. The deadline to apply is April 15.

For additional information, visit piquaoh.gov/veteranbanner.

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