After the success of Cranberry Township’s Canine Ambassador program in North Boundary Park, leashed dogs will soon be allowed to enjoy Community Park.
As part of a pilot program, dogs will be permitted on designated areas and trails in Community Park beginning June 1. They must be leashed at all times and are not permitted on sports fields or Kids Castle Playground.
Dogs are welcome to attend the Township’s Thursday Concerts in the Park and Family Movies in the Park events at the Rotary Amphitheater.
Though the program will begin June 1, dogs will not be permitted in the park during the week of CTCC Community Days from July 12-17.
As they have done at North Boundary Park, the Township’s K9 Connection group will serve as Ambassadors to educate owners on rules. Waste stations and signage have been installed in Community Park. The pilot program will be reviewed by Township staff to determine its success.
The expansion of the Ambassador Program allows for even more access in Community Park, where a renovated Rotary Dog Park will be unveiled later this year.
For more information, visit cranberrytownship.org/dogpark.