This triangular park is formed by the intersection of College Street, Magnolia Curve, and Westmoreland Avenue. It features a tiered fountain set on a base of brick repurposed from nearby Huntingdon College’s historic Massey Hall. The surrounding plaza and path are also constructed of Massey Hall brick. The new fountain plaza was dedicated in 2014 to Mary Dickey Neill, Miss Huntingdon 1944- 45. Mature trees have been supplemented by a perimeter of newly-planted oaks. The oaks, two benches, and other park furniture are part of Davis Hudson’s 2009 Eagle Scout project.
In 2019, College Street Park was renamed in honor of Mary Ann Neeley, Montgomery historian, author, Old Cloverdale district representative and College Street resident. A bench, tree and marble plaque were placed in the park in her honor.