New Dog Park

Consultation has concluded

THIS CONSULTATION HAS NOW CONCLUDED

Future project updates will be published on the
Hazelmere Road Reserve webpage


Hazelmere Road Reserve | Dog Park Upgrade

On 26 June 2018, Council endorsed a concept plan to upgrade and formally recognise Hazelmere Road Reserve as a dog park.

The concept plan includes:

  • A separate area for small dogs
  • New double gate entries
  • More trees and landscaping
  • New shelter and more seating
  • Walking paths
  • New drink fountain with dog bowl

The design of the concept plan was a result of consultation with the community from 21 February 2018 to 18 March 2018. Read the comments and analysis from the consultation here: Community Engagement Results.

There will be an Information Session on-site regarding the endorsed concept plan on Saturday 14 July 09:00 - 10:30.

If you are unable to attend the session, you can share your thoughts here: Concept Plan Feedback.


Dumbarton Avenue Reserve | Minor Improvements

Dumbarton Avenue Reserve will also receive some minor improvements including landscaping, drink fountain with dog bowl and seating.


Background

The City of Marion proposed to develop two dog parks in response to community feedback obtained through the development of the Animal Management Plan 2012-2017. The first dog park was officially opened at Reserve Street Reserve, Trott Park in September 2016.

Council committed funds in the 2018/19 budget for the development of a second dog park in the City.

THIS CONSULTATION HAS NOW CONCLUDED

Future project updates will be published on the
Hazelmere Road Reserve webpage


Hazelmere Road Reserve | Dog Park Upgrade

On 26 June 2018, Council endorsed a concept plan to upgrade and formally recognise Hazelmere Road Reserve as a dog park.

The concept plan includes:

  • A separate area for small dogs
  • New double gate entries
  • More trees and landscaping
  • New shelter and more seating
  • Walking paths
  • New drink fountain with dog bowl

The design of the concept plan was a result of consultation with the community from 21 February 2018 to 18 March 2018. Read the comments and analysis from the consultation here: Community Engagement Results.

There will be an Information Session on-site regarding the endorsed concept plan on Saturday 14 July 09:00 - 10:30.

If you are unable to attend the session, you can share your thoughts here: Concept Plan Feedback.


Dumbarton Avenue Reserve | Minor Improvements

Dumbarton Avenue Reserve will also receive some minor improvements including landscaping, drink fountain with dog bowl and seating.


Background

The City of Marion proposed to develop two dog parks in response to community feedback obtained through the development of the Animal Management Plan 2012-2017. The first dog park was officially opened at Reserve Street Reserve, Trott Park in September 2016.

Council committed funds in the 2018/19 budget for the development of a second dog park in the City.

  • CLOSED: This survey was open Friday 6 July to Sunday 22 July 2018.

    [CLOSED] Hazelmere Road Reserve | Dog Park Upgrade | Open Friday 6 July to Sunday 22 July 2018

    At the General Council meeting on Tuesday 26 June 2018, Council endorsed the concept plan for Hazelmere Road Reserve.  

    At the General Council meeting on Tuesday 26 June 2018, Council endorsed the concept plan for Hazelmere Road Reserve.  

    Consultation has concluded
  • CLOSED: This survey was open from 21 February 2018 until 18 March 2018.

    [CLOSED] New Dog Park | Shortlisted Sites Survey | Closes Sunday 18 March 2018

    Have your say about the 3 shortlisted locations for a new Dog Park:
    • Cadell Street Reserve, Seaview Downs
    • Dumbarton Avenue Reserve, Edwardstown
    • Hazelmere Road Reserve, Glengowrie


    Have your say about the 3 shortlisted locations for a new Dog Park:
    • Cadell Street Reserve, Seaview Downs
    • Dumbarton Avenue Reserve, Edwardstown
    • Hazelmere Road Reserve, Glengowrie


    Consultation has concluded
  • CLOSED: This survey was open from 15 August 2017 until 18 September 2017.

    [CLOSED] New Dog Park Survey

    Council has committed funding to build a new dog park in 2018/2019 and is seeking your views on location, size and key features that you would like included in the park.

    Council has committed funding to build a new dog park in 2018/2019 and is seeking your views on location, size and key features that you would like included in the park.

    Consultation has concluded