Denver Dog Park Master Plan: 2018 Technical Update

From: Parks and Rec <>
Date: July 25, 2018 at 2:16:54 PM MDT
Subject: Denver Dog Park Master Plan “Technical Update” Underway: Public Survey Available Now!

Denver Dog Park Master Plan: 2018 Technical Update

Denver Parks & Recreation (DPR) is in the process of implementing a “technical update†to its current Dog Park Master Plan, which was completed in 2010.

Currently, there are more than 50,000 dogs registered in the City and County of Denver and 12 designated off-leash dog parks. Much like Denver’s human population growth, it’s expected that the number of dogs will continue to increase. To help alleviate the various issues that arise from an increasing dog population in a growing city, many municipalities are looking towards dog parks.

What’s a “technical update�

The term “technical update†is used to describe the re-examination of an existing plan. After almost 10 years of use and changing city demographics, Denver’s 2010 Dog Park Master Plan is now outdated.

Visit the project page to find more information and resources, including Frequently Asked Questions.

Online survey open until September 30, 2018:

This survey is intended to identify the public’s needs and priorities for current and future dog parks in Denver. The input gathered will inform details of the technical update.

Whether you’re a dog owner or not, we need your input—thank you for your time and feedback; and for sharing this survey with your neighbors!

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