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Dog Parks
Letting Dogs Run Free
The Department of Recreation, Parks and Open Space has established dog parks in various city parks and open spaces. The city partners with civic leagues and dog park associations to provide these dog parks to the community. These parks provide an area where dog owners can allow their dogs to run leash free, subject to certain park rules.

View a map of dog parks.

Establishing a Dog Park
View a complete listing of criteria to establish, improve, or add amenities to a dog park.

Contact Us
For trash and grass issues, contact Greg Moore, division head of park maintenance, at 757-823-4023.

For tree issues, contact the Bureau of Parks and Urban Forestry at 757-823-4024.

For all other park maintenance issues, contact Maintenance Supervisor II Ron Gallihugh at 757-823-4530.