We Support Camarillo Dog Parks!
Please Call/Write/Email PVRPD and THANK THEM and let them know how important your Dog Parks are to you. Let them know you support continued improvements to your dog parks.
Update on Freinds of Camarillo Dog Parks:
Springville, our newest fenced in dog park in Camarillo is a big HIT!! Friends of Camarillo Dog Parks is currently working with PVRPD on:
- Fixing the dog water fountain at Springville. Again. Pavers were installed that have allowed the water to drain down through them as well as a drain, to prevent the mud pit from happening again. Now the fountain requires a new part and it's on order. We should have that fixed soon.
- Intallation of Kiosk at Springville and the Donor Bricks at Springville. (YEAH!! Finally!!)
- Rattlesnake Aversion training April 24th, Camarillo Grove was a success!! Thank You to all who showed up and supported our parks while protecting your dogs. Special thanks to Natural Soultions for their expert and very professional training.
- Discussion has begun about bringing water to Mission Oaks to the off-leash area. Sounds like this might actually happen, perhaps water for both the dogs and people? We will see!!
- Budget for improvemenst at ALL DOG PARKS for
the July 2013- June 2014 Budget Year!
- So Help us let PVRPD KNOW!! How important the dog parks are.
- Please call/Write/Email PVRPD and let
THANK THEM for our current parks, and also let them know:
- How often you and your dog go to the park.
- WHY outdoor park exercise and social time has been good for you and your dog.
- Please contact PVRPD:
Pleasant Valley Park and Recreation District
1605 E Burnley,
Why do we need dog parks?
from DogPark.com A dog park is a place where people and their dogs can play together. These facilities offer dogs off-leash play areas while their people enjoy the park-like setting. Amenities, such as fencing, water, parking, and even grass, vary greatly among these places, but off-leash and park are the key elements that dog owners (who are also taxpayers and voters) desire.
For some dog owners, a dog park may provide the main opportunity for dog guardians to socialize with other people and their dogs, and is a primary source of recreation. We believe that they deserve to have their taxpayer dollars used towards a safe, accessible place where they can meet other people and exercise themselves and their dogs.