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Memorial Day

Image of a bald eagle bowing its head in front of a flagMemorial Day Commemorative Ceremony - Friday, May 26 at 6:00 p.m.
Kick-off Memorial Day weekend festivities with a commemorative ceremony at the Mill Creek Veterans Monument located next to Library Park. The ceremony includes remarks from the mayor, a prayer from the Mill Creek police chaplain, and singing of the National Anthem by the Mill Creek Chorale during the raising of the flag. Community members will have an opportunity to pay their respects by laying carnations at the monument to honor those who have given their life in the service of our country.

Memorial Day Parade - Monday, May 29 at 10:30 a.m.
Join the Mill Creek community in honoring those who have died in active service to the United States. The parade starts at 10:30 a.m. down Main Street, ending at City Hall.  It will wind down Main Street, starting at from LA Fitness in the Mill Creek Town Center and ending at City Hall. The parade will highlight the veterans in the Mill Creek community and honor members of local families who died in service.

Seeking Parade Participants - Please Apply Here

Honoring Those Who Died in Service
The City of Mill Creek is requesting names of community members that have died while serving in the U.S. Armed Forces to put on a banner as a way to honor the families and individuals. Submit names of family members who died in service or others who should be honored to Tim Yates at  or by phone at 425-921-5735 by May 1.