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Mayor Emily Styron and Zionsville Parks Board announce future dog park

Posted by Provided on Aug 18, 2020 12:07:21 PM

Today Mayor Emily Styron, in coordination with the Zionsville Parks Board, unleashed plans for the future dog park at Heritage Trail Park (4050 S. 875 E.).Heritage Trail Park Phase II with Dog Park

 

The dog park will be approximately 3.5 acres and have separate areas for small and large dogs. Potential amenities on-site include benches, shade areas, pet waste stations and a water fountain with a dog bowl attachment. Other amenities and plans are in the works. As part of future plans for Heritage Trail Park, additional parking will be added as well as a playground for older kids. Opportunities for public input will be available.

 

“The public health emergency has reminded us of the importance of our outdoor spaces, whether it be for humans or our four-legged friends,” said Mayor Emily Styron. “This has been an important goal of mine and will further strengthen our incredible parks system and the amenities we offer. I am excited to bring a much needed and desired dog park to Zionsville residents.”

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