Woodland Park’s Off-Leash Dog Area closed for renovation until March 2, a week longer than originally planned

by | Feb 14, 2018

Woodland Park’s Off-Leash Dog Area closed for renovation beginning this week. While the original plan was to be closed about two weeks, the Parks Department told me today that it will be closed until March 2.
Crews are installing a small- and shy-dog area to replace the fence around the wooded area inside the off-leash area.
Funding is coming from the Seattle Park District’s Maintaining Parks and Facilities funding initiative, which provides $100,000 annually until 2020 to improve existing off-leash areas.
You can read more about its capital plan for all off-leash areas here. And you can find a list of all off-leash areas here
The Parks Department also is posting updates on its blog.

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