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America’s Fallen Firefighter Memorial Park

Nestled in the heart of downtown Ogden, Utah, known as the crossroads of the west, stands a somber and unique memorial for America’s Fallen Firefighters. If you are looking for an uplifting thing to do, come visit this park where families, friends and fellow public service heroes can come to reflect and remember their loved ones lost. Once complete, fallen firefighters dating back to the early 1800’s will be displayed on this wall of honor.  It will be the largest memorial of its kind, west of the Mississippi River. The founders of this memorial park have a goal. Being firefighters themselves, they wanted to have one place where all these heroes are remembered for their dedication and ultimate level of service and sacrifice.  They also wanted something inspiring for the residents to do and visit. This belief stems from the understanding that these heroes have an interconnected bond – regardless of where or how one serves, they are family. This unique wall of honor pays tribute to the ultimate sacrifice of professional, full-time, part-time, volunteer, wildland, union, government, private brigade, military and industrial fire fighting heroes.

Looking for Something to Do in Ogden, Utah? Visit The Park
Visiting he wall of honor at the memorial park is a great thing to do for families, youth groups, and the community. Come together to honor the ultimate sacrifice of some of the greatest heroes in our country.  This park has helped several individuals gain a greater appreciation for the ultimate sacrifice of these individuals.

Get Involved
There are lots of things to do to support AFFM in Ogden, Utah. To complete the wall of honor, with the final two quadrants representing the ultimate sacrifices made in the eastern states, we need the help of the community.  Any contribution is welcome. One specific way you can donate to the memorial park is by purchasing a brick with your name or your organization’s name engraved on it. All brick proceeds go towards the wall of honor. Another thing you can do is to volunteer your time on educating the public about the ultimate sacrifice made by these individuals, hosting events at the wall of honor, and promoting fundraising efforts.

 

Come Visit Over 200 Years
of Fallen Fire Fighting Heroes
from all 50 States

 

LOST BUT NOT FORGOTTEN…

Looking for Something to Do in the Area? Help us pay tribute to the ultimate sacrifice some of America’s greatest heroes:

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Fallen Firefighters Year to Date

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Fallen Firefighters in 2018

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Fallen Firefighters on the Memorial Wall of Honor

Visit America's Fallen

Firefighter Memorial Park:

A Great Thing to Do for Families and The Community

2549 Washington Blvd
OgdenUtah 84401

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