City of Alliance Central Park Fountain, Alliance
Categories: Fountains, Tourist Spots
The City of Alliance Central Park Fountain, located at 10th St. and Niobrara Ave. in Alliance, Nebraska, was built in 1935 by Civilian Conservation Corps workers. In 1935, it was spectacular, having colored lights and timers. It was completed in time for "Stampede Days" of June, 1935, in Alliance.It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1990. It was deemed locally significant "in the area of engineering as an excellent example of an electrically powered, colored-light fountain produced during the 1930's by a nationally recognized manufacturer, General Electric." Twenty thousand dollars was raised for its renovation in 1988.City of Alliance Central Park Fountain is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Alliance Edition.
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The fountain has spouts with different colored lights. It was worth the time to go see it. Children would like it.
Looking around Alliance we stumbled upon their park and what a nice respite. Sat there for awhile admiring their fountain. And impressed by the friendliness of the people in the park! Just a few famil... read more »
Nice park to get out and walk around in, the fountain is nice and the neighborhood is quiet, worth the stop
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