Historical Plaza at Heritage Village

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Hurst Historical Plaza at Heritage VillageThe Historical Plaza at Heritage Village is a celebration of the City of Hurst from its formation by early settlers in the late 1800s to its official incorporation in 1952 to its present day as a “Quality of Life” Community.

The Historical Plaza, located in the common area of Heritage Village, includes a Texas historical marker, the City of Hurst 50th Anniversary Time Capsule, and a bust of the founding father of Hurst, William Letchworth Hurst. The focal point of the Historical Plaza is “Remembrances of My Home Town” by Janice Hart Melito. On the ledge surrounding the sculpture are plaques recognizing each Mayor that has served the City of Hurst. Plaques recognizing the past and present City of Hurst Councilmembers are on the outer walls of the Historical Plaza.
William Letchworth Hurst Bust at Heritage Village Plaza
The Historical Plaza is designed to be welcoming to the public. Visitors can walk around the artwork to view it from all angles. The City of Hurst invites you to come experience the Historical Plaza at Heritage Village to remember where the City has come from and appreciate where we are today. 

More about the features and components of the Historical Plaza can be found in this brochure (pdf).

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