The five sides of the monument feature the five branches of service. The City is requesting citizens to submit in writing the name, branch, and years of service of individuals (parents or grandparents) who live or lived in the City so these names may be placed on the monument free of charge.
If you have or know a special veteran, citizen, or person who deserves recognition, contact City Hall to purchase a brick that will immortalize them in our new Veterans Freedom Park.
Bricks are available for $50 each. Make sure your special honoree gets the recognition and thanks they deserve with a brick with their name to be placed around the Veterans Monument.
Please contact City Hall to participate in our Buy a Brick Program and help sponsor this monument to honor our Veterans who risked their lives daily for our freedom and those who deserve special recognition.
Spring Market - Bloomingdale History Museum
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Council Meeting 7:00pm
If you wish to know the quality of the water you drink - please click on the link above to read the full 2014 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report.
- HOUSEHOLD GARBAGE WILL BE PICKED UP THURSDAY/FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK
- RECYCLING PICK UP WILL BE PICKED UP EVERY OTHER WEDNESDAY
Emergency Water Cutoff
Recreation Director, George Foley
was recognized by
Councilwoman Barbara Griffin at the
February 5th Council Meeting for his achievement of becoming a
Certified Youth Sports Administrator.
The City of Bloomingdale would like to Welcome our newest business, Savannah Auction Exchange, Inc!