City stud­ies dog ar­eas

Cockburn Gazette - - NEWS -

PO­TEN­TIAL new of­flead dog ex­er­cise ar­eas are being in­ves­ti­gated by the City of Cock­burn.

Res­i­dents can pro­vide feed­back on Hobbs Park in Hamilton Hill, Prince­ton Park in Au­bin Grove, Mil­gun Re­serve in Yange­bup, Ber­ri­gan Lake Re­serve in South Lake and Costa Park in Beel­iar be­fore Oc­to­ber 21.

“We have a high pop­u­la­tion of dogs in our City and have iden­ti­fied that some sub­urbs don’t have enough pub­lic places set aside to ex­er­cise them” Mayor Lo­gan Howlett said.

The City re­cently re­solved to build a new fenced dog park at Jan Ham­mond Re­serve in Ham­mond Park next year.

It will also con­sider in­clud­ing a fenced dog ex­er­cise area in the Man­ning Park Mas­ter Plan in 2016-17.

Visit com­ment.cock­burn.wa.gov.au for more in­for­ma­tion.

Phoebe Whittingto­n col­lects cof­fee beans with a lo­cal in the town of Same.

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