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Alternate Site for the Dog Park (from W-53) has been Identified

From the City Parks Department - also see attached map

As a follow up to the City Council meeting in December, an alternate site for the dog park (from W-53) has been identified. It is currently private property but is located south of the Waste Water Treatment Plant. Attached is a map showing the location.

The Park & Recreation Commission will review the alternate site and accept feedback at the February 6, 2012 meeting. The meeting is located in the Council Chambers at 311 Vernon Street and begins at 7:00 p.m.

You are invited to attend and provide feedback.

Annie Jatala

Parks and Recreation Specialist

Parks & Recreation

City of Roseville

311 Vernon Street

Roseville, CA 95678


Proposed WRSP Dog Park.pdf

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