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Fountains
Welcome to our All-American community. This artist page illustrates the best assets of Texas City — our children, our families, our parks and our memories. Volunteers and a public/private partnership took Goals 2000 plans and improved the natural beauty of our surroundings by adding park amenities and enhancements to enrich their appearance, functionality, and the historical significance of our community established in 1893.

Art makes our community more livable and we invite our guests to enjoy our recreational and cultural facilities, making your visit a most memorable event.

Texas City has provided its residents and our guests with an array of statuary designed to excite just about everyone — from the very young to young at heart. Whether it's the majestic Memorial Fountain at Memorial Park, or the popular Phoenix Fountain adorning the Charles T. Doyle Convention Center, each fountain adds its unique sense of elegance, freshness, and renewal to our beautiful community. Enjoy!

Stingaree Fountain
Central Parkway, 1700 9th Avenue North
Dedicated December 19, 1998

Memorial Fountain
Memorial Park
29th Street and 25th Avenue North
1948

80th Anniversary Jubilee Fountain
City Hall, 1801 9th Avenue North
Dedicated December 1, 1994

Nessler Fountain
Nessler Center, 2010 5th Avenue North

Centennial Fountain
Moore Memorial Public Library
1701 9th Avenue North
Dedicated May 13, 1993

Noble Fountain
Noble Park, 1100 9th Avenue
Dedicated September 16, 1995

Phoenix Fountain
Charles T. Doyle Convention Center
2010 5th Avenue North
Dedicated April 16, 1997

Pioneer Fountain
Pioneer Park, 400 6th Street North
Dedicated September 11, 1997

Plaza of the Americas Fountain
Plaza of the Americas, 1101 North Amburn Road
Dedicated May 5, 1999

Location Map of the Artwork
1. Exit 16 from IH-45
2. Carver Park
3. Bayou Golf Club
4. Memorial Park
5. Fire Station
6. Godard Park
7. Bay Street Park
8. Heritage Square
9. Pioneer Park
10. Noble Park
11. TCHS Administration
12. Texas City High School
13. City Hall/Library
14. Doyle Convention Center/Nessler Center
15. Lowry Center
Click on the map for a larger version.
NOTE: Artwork located at the Charles T. Doyle Convention Center and surrounding facilities are too numerous to be depicted on this map. Feel free to stop and admire the many treasures on display in these areas!

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