THINGS NAMED IN HONOR OF RONALD REAGAN
Ronald Reagan Spirit of America Field
Formerly named Spirit of America Field. Ronald Reagan visited the field on
Renamed portion of Denton Road that runs to the
Dothan Regional Airport. Ronald
Reagan’s motorcade traveled this road when he visited
A 70-mile portion of Interstate Highway 65 between Birmingham
and Decatur. This highway also
bears the name “Heroes’ Highway” for its entire length in
1903 S. Magnolia Bl.
Headquarters of the
Reagan Educational Center
4343 N. Leonard
of a block that includes
Reagan Elementary School
Cf. previous entry.
470 Avenue 406
Formerly named Dinuba Independent Study School.
Formerly the El Cajon Community Center.
300 S. Spring St.
The “Ronald Reagan State Office Building.”
The Jonathon Club
Ronald Reagan was an honorary member of the Jonathon Club. The room was formerly named the Renaissance Room.
Ronald Reagan Distinguished American Award 
Presented annually by The Jonathon Club, Los Angeles (see previous entry).
Los Angeles center of Childhelp USA.
757 Westwood Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 90095 [site dedicated 2000; building dedicated 2007; opened to patients in 2008]
Ronald Reagan Terrace
Ronald Reagan Professor,
Point Mugu, CA 93042 
While Ronald Reagan was President, he and Nancy Reagan flew in and out of this base to visit their ranch near Santa Barbara, California (Rancho del Cielo). The street was formerly called 11th Street.
USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76)
Nuclear-powered aircraft carrier. Assembled at the Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Norfolk, VA. Commissioned July 12, 2003. Arrived at its home port on July 23, 2004.
Ronald Reagan Room
USS Ronald Reagan [see previous entry] 
A museum featuring Ronald Reagan movie posters, a video presentation, and a piece of the Berlin Wall.
Ronald W. Reagan Federal Courthouse
411 West 4th
Affiliated with the Young America’s Foundation, current owners of Rancho del Cielo (Ronald Reagan’s former ranch near Santa Barbara).
Fess Parker’s Doubletree Hotel
633 E. Cabrillo Blvd.
Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation
40 Presidential Drive
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Center for Public Affairs
40 Presidential Drive
The Ronald Reagan Library is a unit of the National Archives and Records Administration, a Federal agency. The building is also home to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation (see previous entry).
The Ronald Reagan
Ronald Reagan Presidential Library
40 Presidential Drive
inside the Reagan Library’s Air Force One pavilion, that sells pre-made lunch
and snack items. It was moved from
Ronald Reagan Freedom Award 
Annual award presented by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation, to those “who have made monumental and lasting contributions to the cause of freedom….who [embody] President Reagan’s lifelong belief that one man or woman truly can make a difference.”
Motto officially used by the city that is home to the Reagan Presidential Library.
Near Olive View-UCLA Medical Center. Reagan’s mother was a volunteer at this hospital for 15 years, and his son Michael is a member of the hospital’s advisory board. Formerly named Bledsoe Street.
128-acre park with baseball fields and other sports facilities. Formerly called Rancho California Sports Park. Reagan owned a 778-acre piece of property in the area from 1968 to 1976.
Reagan Legacy Foundation
Founded by Ronald Reagan’s son Michael “to advance the causes President Reagan held dear and to memorialize the accomplishments of his presidency.”
Ronald Reagan Presidential Suite
Westlake Village Inn
Hotel is located about 15 miles from the Ronald Reagan Library.
Ronald Reagan Freeway 
State Route 118; runs close to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. Formerly named the Simi Valley-San Fernando Valley Freeway.
Interstate Highway 25
District of Columbia [including metropolitan Washington, DC area]
Ronald Reagan Chair in Public Policy
The Heritage Foundation
Ronald Reagan Institute of Emergency Medicine
the hospital to which Ronald Reagan was taken immediately after the
Ronald Reagan College Leaders Scholarship Program
The Phillips Foundation
1 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Suite 620
Washington, DC 20001 
This program was established in 1999 as the Future Leaders Program. It acquired its current name effective academic year 2006-2007.
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
Formerly called Washington National Airport. Located just south of Washington, DC.
National Republican Senatorial Committee
8600 N.W. 107 Ave.
Doral, FL 33178 
Ronald Reagan Avenue
Formerly named Southwest Avenue.
Ronald W. Reagan Presidential House
Residence of the university’s President. Opened in 2001 as University House. Was given its present name by the Florida State Legislature.
State Route 427.
Ronald Reagan Turnpike 
Formerly named Florida’s Turnpike. Runs 312 miles, from north-central
Adjacent to the Ronald Reagan Parkway (see next entry).
The Ronald and
Ronald Reagan Boyhood Home
Ronald Reagan lived in this house from during part of his childhood (1920-1924). It was named a National Historic Site in 2002.
Spans the Rock River.
First Christian Church
filled with Reagan memorabilia. Ronald Reagan and his mother attended this church
during their years in
Street on which the
Reagan Boyhood Home is located (see previous page). Acquired the designation “
Formerly named Madison School.
Runs along the southern edge of Eureka College, Reagan’s alma mater.
Originally dedicated as “The Reagan Center,” in honor of both Ronald Reagan and his brother Neil (Moon). Constructed to house all of Eureka College’s athletic facilities. Acquired its present name in 1970.
Garden includes a piece of the former Berlin Wall.
A museum covering Ronald Reagan’s entire life.
Ronald W. Reagan Leadership Program
The Ronald W. Reagan Society of
Organization which runs the Reagan museum, garden, and Leadership Program at Eureka College (see previous entries).
Ronald Reagan Birthplace and Museum
Museum and a gift shop are in the building next door to the one in which Reagan was born. Was named a National Historic Site in 2002.
Formerly Railroad Park.
U.S. Highway 14; runs
Ronald Reagan Memorial Tollway 
Portion of Interstate Highway 88. Runs just south of
Ronald W. Reagan Trail 
Runs from Dixon, IL (location of the Reagan Boyhood Home), through Tampico (Reagan’s birthplace), to Eureka (home of Eureka College, which Ronald Reagan attended).
Ronald Reagan Miracle Ranch on Sugar Creek
8521 East 1100 North
An educational facility assisting children with disabilities.
Hendricks County, IN 
North-south road between Interstate 70 and Interstate 74.
Ronald Reagan Historical Marker
4th and Court Streets
The marker marks a site where Reagan lived while working for radio station WHO.
Access road to the east of Vanceburg, Kentucky.
Located on a ranch that is part of the Mississippi Sheriffs’ Boys’ and Girls’ Ranches.
Intersects Business Highway 67.
Ronald Reagan Post Office
Formerly named the Heights Post Office.
Located in the state’s Presidential Range. Was formerly named Mount Clay.
of US Highway 17 bypass in the
Ronald Reagan Peace Through Strength Missile Silo Historic Site
last Minuteman missile launch complex in
Ronald Reagan Voice of Freedom Park
Runs across the northern suburbs of Cincinnati.
The Reagan Leadership Society
389 MSC Student Finance Center
A society dedicated to building student leadership for the Texas A&M campus and the community at large. Its student founder named the society in recognition of
Reagan’s “ability to communicate, his ability to inspire confidence, and his kind personality.”
4616 E. Bardin Road
Grand Prairie, TX 75052
19000 Ronald Reagan
Ronald Reagan Public Library
19000 Ronald Reagan
See previous entry.
A portion of Parmer Lane in Williamson County.
Runs alongside a portion of Interstate Highway 20 in Tarrant County (near Ft. Worth).
A portion of U.S. Highway 290 in Harris County (Houston area).
Ronald Reagan Academy
Virginia (see also District of Columbia)
A portion of State Route 234 in Prince William County, near Manassas.
Formerly Sholes High School.
New Berlin, WI 53151 
Proceeds from sales go to the Ronald Reagan Scholarship Fund (see next entry).
The Ronald Reagan Scholarship Fund
is used to send students from
Ballyporeen is the
village from which Reagan’s father’s family came. President Reagan visited Ballyporeen in 1984. (See also “The Ronald Reagan,”
An area used by the
Formerly called Central Square.
Rondo Ronalda Reagana (
Traffic circle that connects Pope John Paul II Street with a street leading to the Church of the Blessed Caroline.
Rev. January 2010