As the park's Pima County web page says, “Brandi Fenton Memorial Park is the result of a unique partnership between public and private sectors. The Fenton family initiated a public-private partnership to help fund and develop the park, in memory of their daughter.” Even if you aren't a mural lover, this place is worth the trip to see. Let's start with the plaque showing Brandi and the park's story:
Near the entrance to the garden area is a mural with safe driving tips. (Brandi lost her life in a car accident during March 2003.)
Two sculptures, with mosaic plaques, near the garden entrance:
A bench with a mosaic mural on the top dedicated to Jose Luis “Guapo” Rincon, and the mosaic on one end for Herb Carson...
...and the other end, with several names:
Tne top of another bench, a memorial to Casey Allyn Gosnell:
And two thank-you murals for contributors:
You can read more about the park, and see more photos, on Pima County's Cultural Resources and Historic Preservation office Bond Projects site. There's a longer story on the JewishTucson.org website, Pima County park memorializing Jewish teen is community-wide effort. And here's a map.