Walk of Honor Task Force

Championed by Mayor Andy Mack and linked to Longview’s Sesquicentennial Celebration, the Walk of Honor Task Force was formed to establish procedures for the placement of plaques and memorials in downtown Longview to honor those associated with Longview who have made a historical, cultural, or societal impact.

The nomination process for the inaugural honorees will begin in early 2020 with a celebration in Fall 2020.  In 2020, the task force will select about 3 - 5 honorees, and in future years, a large, diverse voting committee will determine honorees.

The design will include a star element in keeping with the existing downtown aesthetic, and the Walk of Honor will begin from the southwest corner of Heritage Plaza and continue along sidewalks throughout the downtown area.

View the full recommendations from the Walk of Honor Task Force approved by the Longview City Council in January 2020.


Task Force Members
Barbara AlexanderDena DotsonRosheia HodgeTim Patrick (Chair)
Iler BoydDebbie FontaineMarshall JacksonBarbara Scott
Rosalind CantueTamika FranklinVikki JonesVickie Slover
David ChoyHank GuichelaarJohnny KingCynthia Smith
Jim CogarJennifer HarrisScott LewisChardee Snoddy
Karen Edelman CundiffAmanda HlozekKaren MainesRikki Snoddy


Honoree Nomination Process

Do you know someone who you think should be recognized as part of Longview’s Walk of Honor? Nominations are open to the public and will be reviewed by the Walk of Honor Task Force for consideration. Please see the application form for additional details and eligibility requirements. Nominations are accepted through April 30, 2020.  

Walk of Honor Nomination Form - printable pdf 

Walk of Honor Nomination Form - Online Form