Supervisor Knabe Unveils Military Recognition Banner Program

To honor the dedicated service of Hacienda Heights and Rowland Heights residents who are proudly serving in the United States Armed Forces, Los Angeles County Supervisor Don Knabe and the San Gabriel Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce will soon begin displaying recognition banners along major streets in those communities.

The Heights Military Recognition Banner Program seeks to honor active military personnel by having a banner in their name prominently displayed on utility and light poles in Hacienda Heights and Rowland Heights. Residents of Hacienda Heights and Rowland Heights who are on active duty are eligible to participate in the program and receive a banner.

The first group of approximately 54 banners is scheduled to be put up during the week of July 16, and they will be left up indefinitely. In Hacienda Heights the banners will be displayed on Hacienda Boulevard, Haliburton Road, and Colima Road; and in Rowland Heights they can be found on Fullerton Road, Nogales Avenue, Pathfinder Road, and on Colima Road.

A recommended sponsorship donation of $150 per banner is requested. For more information on the Heights Military Recognition Banner Program please contact Supervisor Knabe’s Rowland Heights Field Office at (909) 594-6561.