Monuments and Memorials


Monument at the Triangle Gazebo, Broadway, Amityville, pictured circa 1980.

Monument Description




This large memorial commemorates the sacrifices of those who served in World Wars with an honor plaque naming those citizens from Amityville who died in the line of duty during World War I. It also has a gold plaque commemorating the 60th anniversary of the invasion of Normandy in WWII. Originally erected in 1920 and re-erected in 1984, the tower has a clock upon its top, and a plaque citing a rededication in 1988 with the expansion of the Triangle park area.

The “Triangle” park, located at the intersection of Broadway and Park Avenue, Amityville

To Those Citizens of Our Country Who Did Their Duty in the World War --- To the Memory of Our Veterans Who Have Served in the Armed Forces During All Conflicts and the Memory of Those Who Have Honorably Served This Village. This Enhanced Triangle Area is Hereby Rededicated as of May 30, 1988. Emil G. Pavlik, Jr., Mayor


Veterans memorial at the former site of American Legion Post #1015 (now the home of New Testament Church).

79 Park Avenue, Amityville

In Memory of Those Who Served in the Vietnam Conflict and Made the Supreme Sacrifice In Memory of Those Who Made the Supreme Sacrifice in the Korean Conflict Dedicated to the Memory of Our Youth Who Served in World War II Let None Forget They Gave Their All and Faltered Not When Came the Call


Veterans monument stone and Howitzer gun located in front of VFW Sergeant John J. Kreyer Post #7223.

30 Broadway, Amityville

To All Those Who Served in the Armed Forces in All Wars Erected by VFW Post 7223, May 1988


Peterkin Park Flag Pole

Peterkin Park, Oak Street, Amityville

Dedicated in memory of William James Peterkin, Charlotte Turner Peterkin, parents of the late Walter G. Peterkin, whose generosity made this park possible. 1956.