Dog Parks and Dog Runs

Last updated Oct. 16, 2017 - 5:13 pm
  • Planning
  • Design
  • Construction
  • Completed
  • Park
  • Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources (Lead)
  • Parks, Recreation and Greenway Advisory Board

Current Activity

The status of dog parks at Jaycee Park, Buffaloe Road Park and Millbrook Exchange Park are as follows:

Jaycee Dog Run - Construction completed as of February 2017

Buffaloe Road Dog Park - Construction

Millbrook Exchange Dog Park - will be closed for renovations from November 2017 - March 2018

Summary

The Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department, through the work of the Parks, Recreation and Greenways Advisory Board’s Greenways and Urban Trees Committee is planning the construction of a new dog park at Buffaloe Road Athletic Park and a new dog run at Jaycee Park. The development of these new facilities is consistent with the community’s expressed need for more dog parks in the 2014 Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources System Plan.

The Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department, through the work of the Parks, Recreation and Greenways Advisory Board’s Greenways and Urban Trees Committee is planning the construction of a new dog park at Buffaloe Road Athletic Park and a new dog run at Jaycee Park.

Images

  • Jaycee Dog Run
  • Buffaloe Road Dog Park

Schedule

Project schedule with dates and descriptions
DateDescription
March 10, 2016Northeast Citizen Advisory Council: Project Overview and Public Comment
March 22, 2016Wade Citizen Advisory Council: Project Overview and Public Comment
April 19, 2016Greenway Urban Tree Committee: Project Overview and Public Comment. Recommendation of the design.
June 21, 2016City Council Meeting: Approval of Schematic Designs for Jaycee and Buffaloe Road Dog Parks
Winter 2016Construction of Dog Run at Jaycee Park
Summer 2017Construction of Dog Park at Buffaloe Road Park
Fall 2017Renovations begin at Millbrook Dog Park

History

The development of these new facilities is consistent with the community’s expressed need for more dog parks in the 2014 Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources System Plan.

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