The organization will also kick off the celebration of Starr's life on Sept. 13 during the annual Green and Gold Gala. The event will feature a presentation from Starr's wife, Cherry, and son, Bart Starr Jr. and will have a number of Packers alums in attendance.
The following day, Starr's family will honor the two-time Super Bowl champion with a free event at Rawhide Boys Ranch, which he and Cherry co-founded in 1965, that will be open to the public.
In addition to the decal and the events, the team plans to donate a $250,000 impact grant to the Bart and Cherry Starr Foundation.
In response to the outpouring of support in his father's memory, Starr Jr. issued a statement via the team's website.