The district is pleased to announce site preparation is complete and construction has begun on the COVID-19 memorial. Below is the project completion time which is subject to change based on weather and product availability.
The Davis Cemetery District is planning a permanent COVID-19 memorial installation at 820 Pole Line Road. This memorial will feature a walking path, art installations, seating/reflection space, informational signage, and privacy landscaping. Visitors will walk along a path where they will walk through five pillars, each pillar artistically designed to represent those lost to the Coronavirus. The path will end at a reflection area where visitors can sit and take in the meaning of the memorial. As visitors leave the memorial, signage will be placed along the path describing the strength and resiliency our community has gained through the pandemic and will focus on looking forward, while remembering the past.
HONOR & ACKNOWLEDGE
RESILIENCY & STRENGTH
This memorial will provide a space for community members to remember those we lost and how the pandemic has impacted them personally.
A space to honor our first responders, essential workers, small businesses, caregivers, families, and friends while acknowledging those who have been disproportionately impacted.
Recognizing our community’s ability to withstand adversity and recover from the pandemic.
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Feedback is extremely important to the district as we move forward in our planning and design process. Please take a moment to complete our short feedback survey which can be found here or by scanning the QR below.
A huge thank you to our sponsors!
- Internation Association of Firefighters L3493
- Yolo County Board of Supervisors
- City of Davis
- Nugget Markets