The bricks and pavers program is now closed. Thank you for your interest in supporting the restoration of Mirror Lake.
Restoring Mirror Lake Brick Program
Mirror Lake has re-opened to the public!
We welcome you to stop by the lake and find your donated brick or paver. A brick locator* website has been created to help you find your purchased brick or paver. Enter your name or the inscription into the search box, click “search” and then click on the eye icon to identify the section location for your brick or paver.
*The brick locator site shows the location of all bricks and pavers purchased in 2017. If you purchased a brick or paver in 2018, your brick will be visible on this site once it is installed in 2019.
Mirror Lake Restoration FAQ
When will the bricks be installed?
Bricks and pavers purchased in 2017 are installed at Mirror Lake and visible on the brick locator map. Bricks and pavers purchased in 2018 will be installed in April 2019.
How do I find the location of my brick or paver?
An interactive brick locator map can be used to find your brick or paver’s location. Please visit www.mirrorlakebrickmap.com. Please note, bricks and pavers purchased in 2018 will be installed in April 2019 and won't be visible on the locator map until May 2019.
Where are the bricks located?
The bricks are located on the lower path on the south side of the lake below the Pomerene Hall Terrace area.
Where are the pavers located?
The pavers are located on the south side of the lake just to the west of the Browning Amphitheater.
How many lines and characters can I have on my brick or paver?
Brick: 2 lines, 26 characters per line (this includes spaces & punctuation)
Paver: 4 lines, 26 characters per line (this includes spaces & punctuation)
What kinds of characters can be engraved on my brick or paver?
Any character that is found on a standard keyboard can be engraved. Characters such as Greek letters cannot be used.
Would you like to let someone know you purchased a brick in their honor?
Please download and complete the Mirror Lake certificate to commemorate your brick or paver. You will be able to write your engraved message on the certificate and gift it to a loved one or keep it for your own records.
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