Fountain Memorial


  1. The Park
  2. ribbon cutting ceremony  
  3. Selection Process
  4. Plaque Members

The Park was named after the historic Fife fountain built in the early 1900s.

Local businesses and individuals, led by Mayor Mike Kelley, donated materials and labor and built the park on its 30,000 square-foot parcel. The project began in 1999 after the Fife City Council decided to cancel construction of a city-funded “civic square” at the same location.

Fountain Memorial Park also helps link Fife’s other civic buildings. These include Fife High School, Fife Aquatic Center, Fire Station, Fife Community Center and City Hall.

The park is beautifully landscaped with flower beds, trees, shrubs, and a large lawn area.