Petition to NYC Parks Department, Andrew Cuomo, Charles Schumer, New York State Senate, Kirsten Gillibrand, Grace Meng
Install water fountains for dogs at Underbridge Dog Run, Forest Hills, NY
Underbridge Dog Run is one of the bigger dog parks in the Forest Hills/Flushing area. Many dog owners come here because of the convenience of parking, location, and how close it is to the Flushing Meadow Park. This dog park has lots of potential but most people complain that even the smaller dog parks have some kind of water fountain for dogs. Also, every park for kids have a water fountain so with the growing amount of dog owners in Queens, we should also have water fountains for dogs. It takes a lot of supporters and work from the city and Parks Department to get this approved since a pipe needs to be put in in order to get this done, so please help sign and share this so the Parks Department can understand how important this is! Please help petition to get our park approved for water fountains!
Petition to Norfolk City Council
Extend Ghent Dog Park Hours
Sunrise and sunset times change – they can be as late as 7:14 a.m. and as early as 4:54 p.m., respectively – but oftentimes, our work and school schedules to not. We, the working, studying, dog-owning residents of Ghent feel that the Norfolk community would be better-served if the hours of the Ghent Dog Park were determined with these realities in mind. WE AGREE THAT, FROM LABOR DAY TO MEMORIAL DAY, THE GHENT DOG PARK SHOULD OPEN AT SUNRISE OR 6 A.M., WHICHEVER IS EARLIER, AND CLOSE AT 7 P.M. OR SUNSET, WHICHEVER IS LATER.
Petition to Carlsbad City Council, Chris Hazeltine
Save Poinsettia Park
The City of Carlsbad has approved a reckless plan that overbuilds Poinsettia Park. It adds "Pickleball" Courts, A "Speed Soccer" Arena, an elaborate playground and a Dog run in the middle of the whole park. None of these have been demanded by the nearby residents. The City has NOT sufficiently gauged the desires of the neighboring residents and is misappropriating the funds. Residents will be impacted as there is ALREADY a parking shortage that will only get worse with these changes. Also, the noise will dramatically increase with the new activities(barking, fighting, pickleball racket). Finally, the proposed dog park is planned for the center of the park. This will consume that the last area where you can just relax is the true sense of a "park". People of all ages cherish this space because every other area is already designated for a specific activity. We demand the City reconsider the whole plan, including putting the dog park on the periphery so people won't have to walk as far and cross over the park. Please immediately share your feelings with the council members by contacting them at the information below. If they don't respond, do it again, and again: Mayor Matt Hall 760-801-8055 firstname.lastname@example.org Mayor Pro Tem Lorraine Wood* 760-434-2830 email@example.com Councilman Mark Packard 760-473-7388760-729-2668 Mark.firstname.lastname@example.org Councilman Keith Blackburn* 760-420-0279 email@example.com Councilman Michael Schumacher 760-930-2050 Michael.firstname.lastname@example.org@schumacherforcarlsbadca.com Carlsbad Planning Department 760-602-4600 Carlsbad Planning Department 760-434-2830 email@example.com *Running for re-election on the ballot November 8.If you want to help contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Petition to The Town of, Town of Fairfield First Selectman's Office, Town of Fairfield Conservation Director, Town of Fairfield Conservation Commission, Town of Fairfield Representative Town Meeting
Town of Fairfield CT: DO NOT prohibit off-leash dogs from all open spaces (residents only)
We are asking the Town of Fairfield NOT to institute a proposed ban on all off-leash dogs in ALL 1100 acres of open space throughout the town. We understand that there are concerns about a recent dog bite incident at Lake Mohegan, and are asking the Town of Fairfield to thoroughly research and examine all feasible alternatives and options for regulating dogs and dog owners at Lake Mohegan. We are asking that off-leash privileges at all other open space properties in excess of 50 contiguous acres be sustained.
Petition to Steve Hagerty
Establish Off-Leash Hours In Evanston IL
Evanston has too few dog parks, but fencing in dedicated space isn't the answer. The sensible solution is to allow well-behaved dogs off leash in Evanston parks in the early morning (5-8 am). This approach works in Portland, Oregon and Brooklyn, NYC. It can work in Evanston. When dog owners gather in parks, they pick up litter, keep an eye on the neighborhood, and form relationships that strengthen the community. We should encourage this behavior, rather than ticketing responsible citizens. Join us in asking Evanston city government to establish off-leash hours for Evanston parks.