Mid-North Triangle Park–once known as the Belden Triangle–is one of the city’s oldest open spaces, dating back to the late 1840s. Although it has always been a triangular parcel, the design of the small park has changed many times over the years.
In 1998, as part of the Public Fountain Program, the Public Building Commission made major improvements to this park, including the construction of this pre-cast concrete fountain and surrounding pavers. The fountain has a circular basin with a ribbed pattern on its outside wall. An urn sits atop a pedestal in the center of the basin. This fountain was constructed as part of the 1998 Fountain Program.