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Dogwood Park @ Moncrief. Margaret McMullen, Matt Cox 2/5/07. What is it?. A Dog Park, or Off-Leash Recreation Area (OLRA), is a fenced, designated area where dogs may legally run, play and socialize with each other "off-leash" under the supervision of their owners.  . Great Space @ Moncrief.

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Dogwood Park @ Moncrief

Margaret McMullen, Matt Cox

2/5/07


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What is it?

  • A Dog Park, or Off-Leash Recreation Area (OLRA), is a fenced, designated area where dogs may legally run, play and socialize with each other "off-leash" under the supervision of their owners. 


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Great Space @ Moncrief


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Key Features

  • Exclusive fenced areas for small and large dogs

  • Shade trees

  • Fresh drinking water

  • Benches

  • Clean-up bag dispensers


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Gates & Fences


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Dog Fountain


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Clean Up!


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Dog Benefits

  • Parks provide safe, enclosed places for dogs to play and run free

  • Parks provide dogs an opportunity to socialize with other dogs

  • An exercised dog is a healthy dog!


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Parent Benefits

  • Parks provide an opportunity for dog owners to meet and socialize with other dog owners

  • Parks provide educational and training opportunities for dog owners

  • Parks provide dog owners with the simple joy of watching their dogs be dogs - playing, running, and enjoying their surroundings without a tether, leash, or chain


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Community Benefits

  • Parks promote responsible dog ownership and provide a tool for realistic enforcement of dog control laws

  • Exercised dogs make better neighbors and are less prone to nuisance barking and aggressive behavior

  • Parks parks create a greater sense of community by bringing people of all ages and from all walks of life together with a common interest


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Park Benefits

  • “There is a newly identified parks user group: Dogs and their owners. This user group is drawn to parks for open space, fresh air, exercise and socialization for themselves and their pets. Coming to a park is their chosen form of recreation, much the same as jogging or biking. They are legitimate park users.” Portland Park and Rec


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How Much?

Fence +

Water Fountain +

Trash Cans +

Benches +

Sign =

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$12,500 start up


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Dogwood Park @ Moncrief

Open July 4th, 2007


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