Brick Memorial Program

To maintain the ambiance of downtown Arlington Heights, paving bricks are used for the walkways through North School Park and Memorial Park. Residents and businesses of Arlington Heights have contributed by purchasing engraved bricks which are placed in the walkways. The Buy-A-Brick program gives people the opportunity to show family names, propose marriage, honor a loved one, and celebrate anniversaries, among other things.

Memorial orders are accepted throughout the year however, installations take place in spring and fall so orders must be placed by March 1 and August 1 respectively.  Actual install date is dependent upon the weather. Due to the paving pattern, bricks can only be grouped in pairs.  All donations are tax deductible.

If you have any questions, please call the Park District at 847-577-3000 and ask for the Memorial Donation Program staff.

Purchase Options

Canine Commons Dog Park at Melas Park

Recognition bricks located in the walkway are 4" x 8" brick pavers. A maximum of 3 lines and 16 characters per line. Spaces and punctuation marks count as one letter. Orders are taken year round but installation is in the spring and fall.

Each brick will cost $100 

Buy a Canine Commons Brick

*Prices in effect from 01/01/21-01/01/23

North School Park

Recognition bricks located in the walkways are 4" x 8" brick pavers. A maximum of 3 lines and 15 characters per line. Spaces and punctuation marks count as one letter. Orders are taken year round but installation is in the spring and fall.

An individual or not-for-profit group may donate: $100* per brick

A business or corporation may donate: $170* per brick
Buy a North School Park Brick

*Prices in effect from 01/01/21-01/01/23

Stonegate-Windsor Parkway- CLOSED

Recognition bricks located in the walkway are 4" x 8" brick pavers. This brick garden is no longer accepting orders. 

Memorial Park

Purchase a commemorative brick to honor a Veteran or Fallen Hero through the Arlington Heights Park Foundation.

» Learn more about the Memorial Park Commemorative Bricks

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