The Clear Lake Park and Recreation Committee is launching a fund drive to support development of a Dog Park within its Outlet Recreation Complex on 12th Avenue South.
“Since the city is putting a hard surface path in the recreation area it is time to obtain funds for the Dog
Park,” said P&R Board President Chryl Bergvig. “Many dog owners use that open area to exercise their dogs, but with the development of the path for walkers, soccer fields, and a disc golf course planned in the future, it is time to relocate the dog area.”
P&R Director Randy Miller noted his department has had a plan for the recreation complex for a number of years and a dog park was part of the plan. However, some changes have been made to the original view for the area, including the best spot for a dog park. The board now intends to develop a Dog Park on the southeast corner of the recreation complex, across the creek where adult softball fields were once located.
Bergvig and Miller said a formal dollar amount for the park has not been determined, but estimates for fencing are approximately $23,000. Additionally, development of a parking area, landscaping, a gazebo or shelter on site and possible water access will also require funding. -Read More Via e-Edition