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A dog park is a location set aside for dogs and their owners to exercise and play off-leash in a controlled (i.e. fenced) environment.
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Yes. A receptacle for waste will be located on site and bags are provided. A box will also be provided for dog owners to donate bags for other park users.
No more than two dogs are permitted, per handler, at one time. Professional dog trainers are not permitted to conduct training onsite.
No, anyone can use the dog park once their pet meets the requirements to obtain a permit.
The fee for the permit will be waived, however, you are still required to fill out the appropriate paperwork for an application and have the tag displayed.
Dog owners must have their dog licensed with the City, County or other municipal jurisdiction to apply for an off-leash dog permit. Current dog licenses must be displayed.
Park hours are dawn to dusk (subject to closure for required maintenance operations). Under no circumstances are you permitted in the park before 6 a.m. and after 10 p.m.
Water, and please remember to have your dog(s) license and permit tags visible at all times and that they are current.
Until you and your dog enter the fenced dog play area, your dog(s) has to be leashed.
An annual off-leash dog permit will be required for access to the designated off-leash dog play areas. The permitting requirement will enable the City to provide safe environments in off-leash dog play areas for users and their pets.
There will not be a park staff person stationed at the dog park, however, police will monitor the areas periodically.