The Board of Commissioners is exploring the feasibility of adding a dog park to Glencoe.
The Glencoe Park District Board is seeking volunteers to serve on a three month task force to explore the feasibility of dog park sites throughout Glencoe. The group will serve in an advisory capacity to provide input to the Park Board on a potential location, size and features of a dog park.
The Glencoe Park District Committee of the Whole met on May 7, 2019 to discuss the feasibility of a Dog Park in Glencoe, as well as possible locations. The Committee then set other site selection criteria for a dog park site. Finally, the Board directed staff to form a community task force made of residents that are for and against a dog park to further evaluate sites. The Board will accept applications until May 31, 2019, and will then choose the members.
To see the dog park feasibility special project page, click here.
The Board of Commissioners will discuss a potential community dog park at their May 7 Committee meeting. See the agenda here and read about the project here.
Here's the presentation and results from the February 12 community meeting, which was shared with the Board of Commissioners at their March 2019 Special Projects and Facilities meeting.
The Glencoe community was invited to a community input meeting to discuss the feasibility of creating a dog park in Glencoe. The meeting was facilitated by Barbara Heller, and included an overview of dog parks and feedback stations. Residents were asked at the stations for potential locations and ideas in support/against a dog park.