Evelyn Hallman Pond

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Evelyn Hallman Pond
Location Tempe, Arizona
Coordinates 33°26′58.16″N 111°56′17.33″W / 33.4494889°N 111.9381472°W / 33.4494889; -111.9381472Coordinates: 33°26′58.16″N 111°56′17.33″W / 33.4494889°N 111.9381472°W / 33.4494889; -111.9381472
Basin countries United States
Surface area 3 acres (1.2 ha)
Average depth 5 ft (1.5 m)
Surface elevation 1,100 ft (340 m)
Islands 2
Settlements Tempe

Evelyn Hallman Pond, at Evelyn Hallman Park (formerly Canal Park) is a small man-made lake located west of Scottsdale Road and south of McKellips Road in the northern part of Tempe, Arizona. Lying on the east side of the Cross Cut Canal (from where it gets its water) it must be reached from the east.

Park and lake were renamed in 2006[1] for Evelyn Hallman, mother of mayor Hugh Hallman.

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