My dog Sparky wants to know if we are getting a dog park in Santa Ana
The Santa Ana Parks and Recreation Agency will be presenting a proposal to conduct a dog park feasibility study at the Santa Ana Parks and Recreation Commission meeting this Wednesday, March 24, at 5:30 pm, at the Santa Ana Senior Center, located at 424 W. Third St.
Click here to read the agenda for the meeting. The dog park feasibility memo is included after the agenda.
The study will include: Potential Sites; Operation Options/Models; a Communications Plan; Potential Costs; and a Timeline.
What is attractive about the dog park concept is that it does not cost much to establish one. And other dog parks in Orange County have been able to raise all of their operating costs from local businesses and dog advocates. Dog Parks also offer folks somewhere to go with their dogs – and we have over 11,000 licensed dogs in town. And our surrounding cities all have very successful dog parks.
Some of the sites that the study is exploring include Santiago Park; Centennial Park; Thornton Park; Heritage Park and Delhi Park.
Santa Ana’s Park and Recreation Commissioners include: Continue reading