Reserved Parking Spaces at Veterans Park
Inside Hamilton’s largest public
park – Veterans Park – many monuments honor the sacrifices of those who served
our country in the Armed Forces.
But for veterans whose sacrifices included
injuries that will remain with them permanently, Mayor Kelly Yaede wanted to
make it a little easier for them to visit the park that honors their service.
This week, Mayor Yaede, along with Marty
Flynn, Hamilton’s Director of Veterans Services, was joined by members of the
Trenton Detachment of the Marine Corps League to unveil new ‘Wounded Warrior’
reserved parking spaces in Veterans Park.
In total, ten ‘Wounded Warrior’ reserved
parking spaces were installed throughout the park’s main entrances to help
accommodate veterans with special needs. These parking spaces are in
addition to the existing reserved parking spaces for individuals with
“We all owe an eternal debt of gratitude to
our veterans, especially those whose sacrifices include permanent injuries that
will remain with them for the rest of their lives. If this effort makes
it just a little bit easier for our injured veterans to visit the monuments
that honor their service, then I think it helps to show just how much Hamilton
Township appreciates their sacrifices and the sacrifices of all of our
In addition to the parking spaces in Veterans
Park, Hamilton Township plans on installing more ‘Wounded Warrior’ reserved
parking spaces at other Township buildings and facilities during the coming