For information on how find your brick, visit the Find Your Brick page.
Frequently Asked Questions About Pioneer Courthouse Square Bricks
If you cannot find your brick using our online system, please click here and fill out the required information. A Pioneer Courthouse Square representative will be in contact with you to assist you in locating your brick within two business days.
Due to the volume of bricks being engraved, we cannot guarantee the location of any personalized bricks.
No, you will not be mailed a physical brick. After ordering a brick, you will receive an email receipt confirming the desired inscription, along with a gift email letter or gift note card if the order indicated the purchased brick is a gift. Once the brick has been engraved, you will receive an official certificate honoring you as a brick owner.
Based upon the time of purchase, your brick will be engraved in the Summer or Fall on the upper level of the Square. Brick engraving is a weather-dependent process that requires dry, warm weather. After your brick has been engraved, you will receive an official certificate honoring you as a brick owner.
The bricks are engraved on-site using a sandblaster.
Your brick will remain for the life of the Square. Pioneer Courthouse Square reserves the right to relocate bricks from time to time to accommodate maintenance needs. Updated brick locations will be provided via our online brick finder.
Bricks are subject to relocation within the Square due to maintenance.
Bricks may be temporarily covered during events or routine maintenance.
To obtain additional copies of your original brick certificate, please contact our administrative office. Reprinting of brick certificates will incur a printing charge of $35 and a shipping charge of $2.50 per certificate. Emailing of digital copies of brick certificates will incur a $20 design and handling fee.