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List of things named after Ronald Reagan

Ronald Reagan (1911–2004)

This is a list of things named for former Americans for Tax Reform president Grover Norquist that seeks to name at least one notable public landmark in each U.S. state and all 3067 counties after the 40th president.[1][2]

The first highway to be named after Reagan was Ronald Reagan Cross County Highway in Cincinnati.[3][4]


  • Alabama 1
  • Arizona 2
  • California 3
    • Institutions 3.1
    • Schools 3.2
    • Roads 3.3
    • Other 3.4
  • Colorado 4
  • Florida 5
  • Georgia 6
  • Idaho 7
  • Illinois 8
    • Institutions 8.1
    • Roads 8.2
    • Schools 8.3
  • Indiana 9
  • Kentucky 10
  • Louisiana 11
  • Mississippi 12
  • Missouri 13
  • Nebraska 14
  • New Hampshire 15
  • New Jersey 16
  • New York 17
  • North Carolina 18
  • Ohio 19
  • Pennsylvania 20
  • Texas 21
  • Virginia 22
  • Washington, DC 23
  • Wisconsin 24
  • Ships 25
  • Outside of the United States 26
  • Proposals for things to be named for Reagan or feature his likeness 27
  • References 28
  • External links 29


  • Ronald Reagan Memorial Highway portion of Interstate 65 from Birmingham to Decatur)[3]
  • Ronald Reagan Spirit of America Field, Decatur. (Reagan visited the field in 1984)[5]







  • Ronald Reagan Freeway (State Route 118, previously named Simi Valley-San Fernando Valley Freeway, renamed in 1994)[5]


  • Ronald Reagan Day, officially state-recognized day each February 6
  • Ronald Reagan Distinguished American Award, presented annually since 1991 by the Jonathan Club, Los Angeles[5]
  • Reagan Room at The Jonathan Club, Los Angeles[5]
  • The Ronald Reagan Penthouse at the Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles (the suite is the entire 30th floor of the hotel, and was one of Reagan's favorites)[11]
  • A Golden Palm Star on the Palm Springs Walk of Stars was dedicated to Reagan in 1997.[12]









  • Ronald W. Reagan Middle School in Dixon, formerly Madison School.[5]
  • Reagan Physical Education Center, Eureka College renamed in 1970 (previously named for Reagan and his brother Neil.[5]
  • Ronald Reagan Peace Garden, Eureka College (includes a piece of the Berlin Wall)[5]
  • Ronald W. Reagan Exhibit, Eureka College[5]
  • Ronald W. Reagan Leadership Program, Eureka College[5]




  • A 10 feet (3.0 m) tall statue on a 6 feet (1.8 m) base in Covington, Louisiana reputed to be "the world's largest" of Reagan.[20]
  • Ronald Reagan Highway (US 190)[5]


  • The Reagan Hope Home[5]



New Hampshire

New Jersey

New York

North Carolina





Washington, DC



Outside of the United States

Proposals for things to be named for Reagan or feature his likeness


  1. ^ Peter Slevin (2004-06-06). "On Roads, Schools -- and Dimes? -- Reagan Lives On". Washington Post. Retrieved 2007-07-08. 
  2. ^ CBS/AP (2004-06-09). "Reagan Tributes Debated: Admirers Want His Name Or Image On Money, The Mall & A Mountain". CBS News. Retrieved 2007-07-08. 
  3. ^ Swint, David L. (September 14, 1994). "Reagan dedicates road to dad".  
  4. ^ a b "Highway renamed to honor Reagan".  
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar "Things Named in Honor of Ronald Reagan". Official Website for the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation. 
  6. ^ "Internship Opportunities: The Reagan Ranch; Santa Barbara, CA - Are You Ready To Lead?". Boston University College Republicans Website. 
  7. ^ "Ronald Reagan Elementary". 
  8. ^ "Ronald W. Reagan Doral Senior High School". 
  9. ^
  10. ^ a b c d e f "Things Named in Honor of Ronald Reagan". Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. 
  11. ^ "Seeing Stars". The Century Plaza Hotel. 
  12. ^ Palm Springs Walk of Stars: By Date Dedicated
  13. ^ "Florida". 
  14. ^ Hannan, Larry: "Jacksonville's 9A now Ronald Reagan Memorial Highway" Florida Times-Union, August 26, 2009. Retrieved on August 28, 2009.
  15. ^
  16. ^ "Ronald Reagan Memorial Tollway (I-88)". 
  17. ^ "Interstate 469 Indiana". 
  18. ^ "Hendricks County Plans Corridor Future". 
  19. ^ Wartman, Scott (September 29, 2011). "N.Ky. gets Ronald Reagan Highway".  
  20. ^
  21. ^ Hasenfratz, Carolyn. "The Route 66 Association of Missouri". Retrieved June 14, 2012. 
  22. ^ "Reagan Elementary School". Official Website for Reagan Elementary School. 
  23. ^ "No 30 Ronald Reagan". New Jersey Education Website. 
  24. ^ "Ronald Wilson Reagan High School". 
  25. ^ "Municipal Court". Official Website of the Government of Hickory Creek, Texas. 
  26. ^ "Elected Officials". Website for Harris County GOP. 
  27. ^ "Williamson County, TX". 
  28. ^ Retrieved 2008-02-20.
  29. ^
  30. ^
  31. ^
  32. ^ AFP: Poles honour 'Cold Warrior' Ronald Reagan: report
  33. ^ Ronald Reagan Statue Unveiled in Tbilisi. Civil Georgia. November 23, 2011.
  34. ^ Ronald Reagan vs. Col. Sanders: Ky. bridge name gets competitive, 8 April 2014
  35. ^ New Jersey Assembly Bill 1393, introduced January 12, 2010.
  36. ^ Copenhagen Post Online, 11 February 2011
  37. ^ The Washington Times, 28 February 2011
  38. ^ Darrell Issa proposes renaming the ocean after Ronald Reagan

External links

  • Ronald Reagan Presidential Library
  • Ronald Reagan Legacy Project, a non-profit organization devoted to honoring Reagan
  • List of honors named for Reagan from the Reagan Presidential Foundation & Library
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