Wall of Honor
The Wall of Honor is located on the Town Green in front of the Old Town Hall. It was constructed to honor veterans who resided in Fairfield at the time of enlistment. There are over 5000 names on the wall.
To be included on the Wall of Honor, a Veteran must have:
- Enlisted in an active service while living in Fairfield
- Served during a military conflict
- Been honorably discharged
How to Apply
To request inclusion on the Wall of Honor please submit:
- a copy of the Veteran's DD 214 (Military Separation Document)
- Name of the war the Veteran served in
- Your contact information (name, phone and e-mail)
- If you are not the Veteran and the Veteran is still alive, documentation that shows the Veteran wishes to have his/her name included on the Wall
Information can be submitted by entering an online Service Request and selecting "First Selectwoman's Office" under "Ask Us/Contact a Department" or by e-mailing or visiting the Office of the First Selectwoman.
Requests for inclusion on the wall are reviewed by the Office of the First Selectwoman, usually within ten days of the receipt of paperwork. Those applying will receive notification of the approval from the office.
Names are placed on the wall once a year, shortly before Memorial Day.
How Can I Get a DD 214?
Don't have a copy of the DD 214? If a Veteran has participated in the Town's tax relief program, a DD 214 may be on file with the Town Clerk's Office. Please contact the Town Clerk's Office to inquire. General information on obtaining a veteran's DD 214 can be found at archives.gov/veterans/military-service-records.