The City of Temecula honors and recognizes active military personnel by
hanging banners which display the official military photo of the service
person, as well as their name, rank, and branch of the United States
The City now invites business owners to
acknowledge and honor the sacrifices made by Purple Heart recipient
service men and women by allocating a distinct designated parking space
at your place of business.
Because of the generous donation of signs by Marine Corps Colonel John D. Folsom through the non-profit Wounded Warriors Family Support Organization, the signs are being offered at no cost on a first come, first served basis to any Temecula business owner or owner of a parking lot within the City who wants to put them up. The top portion measures 18” x 12” while the lower portion measures 12” x 9.” Each business owner will be responsible for providing a sign post (if needed), brackets and installation. To be eligible, the city’s minimum parking requirements must be met. It is not the intent to replace existing ADA parking stalls, but rather designate a place of honor for these service men and women.