Denver City Park: Off-Leash Dog Area
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The City of Denver is under served when it comes to Off-Leash Dog Parks. The goal is to find suitable locations for Off-Leash Dog Parks that will allow residents to walk their dogs from home and allow them to socialize with other dogs. This will also make off-leash areas more accessible to those without cars, while at the same time reducing the need for people to drive to off-leash areas thereby decreasing traffic demand.
Denver Parks and Recreation has begun the process to update the Master Plan for City Park. However, they say that they will not conduct any surveys which include questions specific to Off-Leash Dog Areas.
Information about the planning process can be found here. City Park Master Plan Update
Just Recently, the 2017 March Existing Conditions GAME PLAN report listed Off-Leash Dog Areas as a "High Priority" in Denver.
Furthermore, the 2010 Off-Leash Dog Area Master Plan gave a list of recommendations for Off-Leash Dog Areas.
If you support the addition of a dog park to our wonderful neighborhood, please sign the petition!
Signing only indicates support of an Off-Leash Dog Park. The logistics will be worked out after support is obtained. Let's tell Parks & Recreation and those helping to form the Master Plan for City Park that they at least need to consider an Off-Leash Dog Area, and/or implement a survey that specifically asks the Denver Residents about their support or opposition to an Off-Leash Dog Area.
Many people in Denver have dogs, yet not enough local areas to let the dogs run free!
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