Our mission is to provide a permanent living memorial honoring U.S. Military and Veterans; provide facilities and support programs to promote a legacy of service for preserving our community's and country's foundational ideals.
Honoring Our Veterans & Serving Our Community Since 1946.
Premier Event Venue
We offer facility rentals for private and corporate events. With several room size options and a facility totaling more than 20,000 sq. ft., our venue is sure to fit any occasion!
Who We Are
Clovis Veterans Memorial District is a special district that was established June 11th, 1946.
The district is governed by an elected Board of Directors.
Special districts are a form of local government created by a local community to meet a specific need. Inadequate tax bases and competing demands for existing taxes make it hard for cities and counties to provide all the services their citizens desire. When residents or landowners want new services or higher levels of existing services, they can form a district to pay for and administer them.
News & Updates
Here Comes Santa
Join us for our annual Here Comes Santa Clause event 2pm-6pm on Sunday December 12th, 2021.
AUSA Sounds of Freedom will play their Sounds of the Season concert from 2pm-4pm and photos with Santa and games from 4pm-6pm!
Sign up today HERE.
Now Open: Community Heritage Center
The Community Heritage Center will serve as an educational center to present and preserve regional history, with an emphasis on veterans of the community, to communicate the broader story of the United States. The Community Heritage Center is open Tuesday-Saturday from 10am-5pm. If you would like to book a private party or tour, please call our office at 559-299-0471.
Regular Board Meetings
On Thursday, December 9th, 2021 the Clovis Veterans Memorial District Board of Directors will host their regular Board Meeting. Location:
808 Fourth Street, Clovis, CA 93612.
Did you know...
Flags are flown at half-staff for certain holidays, including Memorial Day, Patriot Day, and Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. Only the president and state governors can decide when and how long the American flag should be flown at half-staff. As a sign of respect for national tragedies, or deaths within the government the President will establish a proclamation stating that flags should be flown at half-staff for a specific amount of time.