The City of Canyon Lake invites residents to honor an active duty service member or veteran with a military street banner prominently displayed within Canyon Lake.
Banner fees are $200 for a new banner and $150 for a replacement banner. Banners include the honoree’s name, photo, and branch of service.
The honoree must supply verification of military status (military ID or DD 214 form) and be a current resident of Canyon Lake or an immediate family member of a resident of Canyon Lake.
Applications for the Military Banner Program are accepted on an on-going basis. Banners will be installed in May for applications received by April 15. Banners will be installed in November for applications received between April 15 and October 15.
Banners are displayed for two years or until they begin to show deterioration.
Applications are available online at www.cityofcanyonlake.org/militarybannerprogram. For more information, contact City Hall at 951-244-2955.
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