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The City of San Ramon currently operates seven display fountains.  As a result of service level reductions and cost saving measures, the following fountains will be operating on a modified schedule: Bollinger Canyon Fountain (at Bollinger and Chanterella), Ring and Rock Fountain (at Alcosta, in front of the San Ramon Community Center) and the Meadow Fountain (located at Alcosta, behind the San Ramon Community Center). 

The schedule for fountains that are funded by annual homeowner assessments through the Landscaping and Lighting District will remain the same. These fountains include Canyon Lakes (at Bollinger and Alcosta) and Step and Reflection (at Dougherty and Crow Canyon).

While the City expects to have the fountains running as scheduled, there may be situations where unforeseen disruptions or repairs are needed.   The City also schedules routine maintenance which may necessitate the fountains being inoperable for some time.  Some repairs may take several days or weeks to complete.  In order to protect the City of San Ramon and its standards of excellence for facilities, the City reserves the right, at any time, to shut down the fountains for safety concerns and unforeseen maintenance problems.

No special permits or requests will be considered to turn on the display at these fountains outside the schedule of operation. If you have any questions regarding the fountains, you may contact Public Services at (925) 973-2800, or complete a CRM service request.

(Bollinger and Chanterella)


Mon - Fri 6-9 pm 8-9 pm
Open Sat - Sun 11 am - 7 pm  
(Bollinger & Alcosta)
Closed Mon - Fri 6-10 am,
6-10 pm
6-10 pm

The fountain at Canyon Lakes, which was having a water leak issue over two years ago, was turned off to save water during the drought. With the drought restrictions lifted, the City has completed an assessment of the repairs and obtained costs to restart the fountain. The City has determined that the costs of repairing and operating the fountain are substantial and may increase the property owner’s Landscape and Lighting District assessment in the future. As an alternative, the City is exploring the interest of the affected property owners in replacing the fountain with an attractive landscape feature which would be much more cost effective. City staff met with the Canyon Lakes Home Owner Associations who are now working with the property owners to obtain input on the next course of action.



Apr 1-Oct 30
11 am - 6 pm  
MEADOW (Alcosta, behind the Community Center) Closed for repair through: September 22nd Sat - Sun 11 am - 6 pm 6 pm to 10 pm
RANCHO SAN RAMON PARTICIPATORY FOUNTAIN (Rancho San Ramon Commmunity Park) Open Daily
Apr 1-Oct 30
11 am - 6 pm  
STEP & REFLECTION FOUNTAINS (Corner of Dougherty & Crow Canyon) Closed for repair Mon - Fri 6-10 am,
6-10 pm
5-6:30 am,
9-10 pm
Closed for repair Sat - Sun 9-10 am 5-6:30 am,
9-10 pm
RING & ROCK (at Alcosta, in front of the community center) Closed for maintenance      

*Regular Schedule, Display Pump Hours, and Lighting Hours do not apply if the OPERATING STATUS indicated that the fountain is CLOSED.

Fountain Closure - West Branch - Reflection Fountain - Updated 9/14/17

On July 23, 2016, the City was contacted regarding a leak at the Reflection Fountain located at the corner of Dougherty Road and Crow Canyon Road. When staff arrived, they found that a 2” water line with approximately 70lbs of pressure was leaking. The vault quickly filled with water and the sump pump could not keep up with the flow of water. Unfortunately, the equipment – both electrical and mechanical was submerged.

The cost of the repair was approved as part of the FY 17/18 Fiscal Year Capital Improvement Program Budget which began July 1, 2017. The City’s electrical began the repair on August 28th. The fountain was ready to re-energize on Tuesday, September 12, 2017. The fountain was re-filled and the contractor began to turn on the equipment. Unfortunately, they found that a seal connecting the new equipment to the old motor housing was leaking. The City and its contractor are researching several options to repair the leak. Once an option has been agreed upon, the component will be installed and the fountain can be fully re-energized. We appreciate the patience of our residents as we work to solve this issue.



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