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The Jubilee Fountain in Lost Lagoon

Jubilee Fountain restoration

The Lost Lagoon Fountain was originally constructed in 1936 and opened on Dominion Day (now known as Canada Day) the same year.

Since then, the prominent landmark has aged and many of the electrical and mechanical systems are at the end of their service life. A flood in the fountain’s electrical chamber in March 2016 rendered the fountain inoperable until further renovations take place.

Concurrent processes

The Park Board is working with our Indigenous partners to undertake a comprehensive plan for Stanley Park. This plan will guide future decision-making and asset management to ensure citizens and visitors are best served.

The final timeline of the fountain restoration project is unknown at this time. 

Contact the project team

Joe McLeod
Landscape Architect

joe.mcleod@vancouver.ca