Kenton County Veterans Memorial

A tribute to the many men and women from Kenton County, Kentucky who gave their lives during our country's fight to preserve the rights, freedom and the personal dignity of their fellow man.

The Kenton County Veterans Memorial is located adjacent to the Crescent Springs City Park at the corner of Buttermilk Pike and Collins Road. Dedicated originally to those who were killed in action or missing in action during World War I, World War II, the Korean Conflict, the Viet Nam War, Desert Storm, Iraqi Freedom and in the fight against the Taliban in Afghanistan.

We wish to dedicate the spirit of the Memorial as well to all of our contemporary service men and women who serve today, both in the U.S. and abroad.  We who enjoy peace here at home owe them so much. Let us keep them within us in our thoughts and prayers.

Please visit our pages to learn about the Memorial, its origins and how you can take part in preserving the memory of our past friends, neighbors and relatives who made the ultimate sacrifice for their Country. This Monument stands proudly for us all.



Paver Bricks are Still Available! Commemorate a loved one, a meaningful event or just show your support. Your $45 purchase covers the paver, your inscription and placement into the Memorial walkway. All proceeds go directly to the Kenton County Veterans Memorial Fund.

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The Northern Kentucky 911 Memorial Project

The Northern Kentucky community will soon display a memorial to the tragic events of September 11th, 2001. The monument will be adjacent to the Veterans Memorial at the City Park.

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Talk About the KCVM
Come visit the Memorial to pay your respects - then tell others about it. Many people in the area do not even know about it - many who have relatives' names inscribed on the monument. They'll appreciate it. Plus, it's a perfect place to just sit and relax.

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