There used to be a beautiful fountain at the Scottsdale Civic Center Park.
It was large with several fountain spouts that pushed water into the air. It was located right in the middle of the park and although you wouldn't know it when you were walking around it, the fountain was located right above a street that traveled north and south right under the park. That fountain started to cause leakage below it and the water was causing a lot of damage to the underpass for the road. Back in 2018, I wrote about it with some photos of the temporary art pieces that replaced the water.
It was finally decided that the entire underpass had to be rebuilt so construction started in the fall of 2018 and it continued into the spring of 2021. During that time, the park was almost divided into two pieces because of the construction and the work that needed to be done to stabilize the area. When it finally opened again, this is what replaced the fountain. A long flat space with both grass and paved area. It's certainly not as attractive as the fountain but the area has become a popular place to ride bikes through the park and picnic in the grass. It's still a popular park, it just looks different to those of us who remember the fountain.