Beaverton City Fountain Park
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Beaverton City Fountain Park is a fountain and park, located in front of the library building at Southwest Fifth Street and Southwest Hall Boulevard in downtown Beaverton, Oregon, in the United States.
In 1998, voters approved a bond for the library's construction; leftover project funds were used to build the fountain. Thomas Hacker Architects designed the park and library improvements, and the fountain was designed by Samson Hydrotechnical Fountain System Design. The fountain and park improvements were completed in 2001. Richard Taylor's sculpture Singing Sky was added to the park by the Beaverton Arts Commission.
- Merritt, Findley (June 24, 2013). "Local watering hole, Beaverton City Park Fountain blasts into summer entertainment hub". The Oregonian. Retrieved June 25, 2013.