TOWN OF OCCOQUAN COMMEMORATIVE BRICK PAVER PROGRAM
Supporting Occoquan Parks and Programming
The Town of Occoquan is pleased to offer a special commemorative brick fundraising program to the community! Bricks purchased through this fundraising program will be installed along a new brick pathway at River Mill Park and will become a permanent fixture in our community to be enjoyed by future generations. Sponsoring a brick provides you the opportunity to support future parks programming and amenities and to leave your mark on the community for years to come!
All proceeds generated from this program will go toward future parks programming, maintenance and improvements within the Town of Occoquan. All donations may be tax deductible; please check with your tax professional. Limited space available. This will be an ongoing fundraising program until all available bricks are purchased.
Donation bricks are available in 4X8 Red Clay Brick and are priced as follows:
- Text Only, Up to 20 characters, 3 lines: $100
- Text and Clip Art/ Logo, Up to 15 characters, 3 lines: $110
- Replica Brick: $20
Personalizing Your Brick
Content for your brick can consist of the following information:
- Donor Name(s)
- Donor Family Name(s)
- Place Name(s)
- Professional Title(s)
- In Memory Of
- Thank You
- Love, Name(s)
- Good Luck
- Best Wishes
If you have questions about content, please contact Town Hall at (703) 491-1918 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Clip art is available! Please view available clip art options and make your selection at check out. To include your company logo, simply upload your file upon check out.
The Town of Occoquan reserves the right to deny any brick purchase application that is deemed inappropriate, such as discriminatory or inappropriate messages that refer to an individual’s or group’s sex, race, color, religious creed, national origin, age or physical disability.
Future Park Programming
The Town of Occoquan is raising funds in order to invest in programming and improvements within the Town’s parks including providing park programming to include concerts, community events, family-friendly activities and more. In addition, funds generated from this fundraising program will be used to maintain the park and fund future improvements.
The Town of Occoquan, in partnership with Fairfax Water and Prince William County, will open a new, one-acre park in Historic Occoquan in the spring of 2016. When completed, the park will boast a looped stone-dust trail, a pavilion, public restroom facility, improvements to the footbridge and stunning views of the Occoquan River. When opened, River Mill Park will be the Town’s second public park. Mamie Davis Park is the Town’s first park and includes a gazebo where many family gatherings, community events and weddings are held and connects to the Town’s public dock and board walk. Furnace Branch Park is an undeveloped parcel owned by the Town that has been identified to be developed into park land in the future. In addition, the Town recently acquired 17 acres just outside of town on Tanyard Hill Road and Old Bridge Road. Plans for this parcel include adding a trail and conserving the property’s natural state for future public use.
The Town of Occoquan is a small town located within Prince William County, VA along the Occoquan River. The Town, chartered in 1804 and incorporated in 1874, is home to more than 1,000 residents and a bustling business community located within the Town’ historic district and features a wide variety of shopping, dining, art, history and service options. The Town of Occoquan was recently voted the #1 Tourist Destination in Prince William County - with year-round businesses and events, come see why it’s always a great time to visit Occoquan! Visit us online at www.occoquanva.gov.
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