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An improved dog park at Terra-Cotta Natural Park

The mayor of the City of Pointe-Claire, Morris Trudeau, and City Council members are pleased to announce the extension of the dog park located at 100 Terra-Cotta Avenue.

A fenced dog run will allow dogs to run safely over a long distance. A new entrance was also created for direct access from Maywood Avenue.

“The improvements to the dog park were made to meet a need expressed by the community. Dogs can enjoy a larger area where they can run with this addition,” states Mayor Trudeau.

The addition measures 600 square metres. The surface, covered in stone dust, makes it easier for users to move around, makes the park cleaner, and offers better long-term resistance.

Reminder about the rules

Dog parks are open every day from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. and are reserved for dogs with a collar and a dog tag from the City of Pointe-Claire. Dogs must be older than three months, healthy, and obedient to use the park.

The guardian or owner who is present must close the dog park gates at all times, constantly watch their dog, control it when necessary and dispose of its waste in the appropriate trash cans.

For more information, contact the Inspection – Public Security at 514-630-1234 or secpub@pointe-claire.ca


Information: 514-630-1200, communications@pointe-claire.ca