Fountain in Marine Villa Neighborhood
The fountain and park at the intersection of South Broadway, Chippewa and Jefferson has been a source of community pride since it was built on the former site of a Kentucky Fried Chicken.
Decorative brick encompasses the fountain, providing a subdued background for juniper shrubs, pink roses and red barberry. Blazing star and Black-eyed Susan perennials are also planted. The walkway leading to Metro bus stops on either side features inlaid brick in several colors.
The triangle park north of the fountain is planted with a variety of trees, shrubs and perennials. This area has been maintained over the years by the St. Louis Parks Department, 20th Ward Alderman Craig Schmid and volunteers from the Marine Villa neighborhood.
On June 26, 2004, a Flag Pole Rededication was held at the "C-B-J Fountain". The event was attended by elected city officials, local residents, members of CBBA, Veterans and the St. Louis Fire Department.
The fountain at the intersection of South Broadway, Chippewa and Jefferson has been a source of community pride since it was built on the former site of a Kentucky Fried Chicken.
CBBA members Mike McRee, Buzzi Unicem and Barbara Huddleston, Carnahan High School of the Future placed holiday light figures on the fountain in 2010. The St. Louis Fire Department assisted members of CBBA and MVNA with the holiday lights on the flag pole.
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