Lake Forbes is about to get new fountains and they're going to be a spectacular feature by night. Two new-design fountains are set to be installed in lake in September and they're going to have lights for night display, a report to the August council meeting revealed. One will be installed opposite Lions Park, between the fishing pontoon and Bates' Bridge, the other on the northern side of the Camp Street bridge. The old fountains are also to be replaced under the program, funded by the NSW Public Spaces Legacy Program. "The proposed new fountains are made with high strength composite materials and have newly designed pumps that has been re-engineered to minimise stress on the motor, providing increased performance, robust reliability, maximum display output, all obtained with lower power consumption," the staff report to the August council meeting said. They also require less power as they run off a two-horsepower pump. "This will enable the fountains to be run into the night without adding any additional running costs," the report said. The three existing fountains do have some pump maintenance issues with mud damaging seals and bearings when the lake is low, the report explained. The new fountains should not have the same problems, and come with lights and interchangeable nozzles to enable light displays for events. The fountains are expected to arrive in September and can be installed by council staff.