DALLAS CIRCLE OF HEROES MEMORIAL
Honoring the five fallen officers
of the July 7, 2016 tragedy
ABOUT THE PARK
Envisioning this memorial
The horrific attack on police officers in downtown Dallas on July 7, 2016 was a sleepless night for Jim Lake Companies' partner Mike Morgan. Already in the midst of re-landscaping the Design District property where Jim Lake Companies has their office, he began visualizing a memorial.
In the spot of land directly on the Trinity Strand Trail, plans quickly shifted into a memorial for these five fallen officers. A flag pole bearing the American and Dallas flags is surrounded in a circle by six massive stones and five stone benches. Each of the officers has a plaque with their name and biography, and a sixth dedication stone describes the event and intense meaning of each man's sacrifice.
Mike Morgan and Jim Lake, Jr. are proud to have created this Memorial park to honor and celebrate the lives of these five men.
This park was made possible by working closely with Assistant Chief Christina Smith of the Dallas Police Department, and Chief Ed Addison of the DART Police Department.
VISIT THE PARK
Dallas Circle of Heroes Memorial is located at 1350 Manufacturing Street in Dallas, Texas, and adjoins the Trinity Strand Trail. It is open from dawn until dusk every day of the week, and is free and open to the public.
Free parking is available at the Memorial and the park is fully accessible for disabled visitors.