Byford dog park update
Last night Council adopted the concept design and indicative financial costs for a Dog Exercise Area...
Last night Council adopted the concept design and indicative financial costs for a Dog Exercise Area on Larsen Road, corner of Sansimeon Boulevard, Byford.
We developed the concepts in consultation with the community. The consultation process included an online survey that was open from 28 September 2018 to 9 October 2018. The survey received 57 responses. Community members also worked on the designs with us at a workshop held on Saturday 6 October 2018. At the workshop, we incorporated suggestions into the design live on a large screen. Additionally, we asked attendees their preferences on a number of sample materials.
Stage one is a high-quality dog exercise area that caters for both small and large dogs. The large dog area is 2625m², and the small dog area is 875m².
- 2 double-gated entrances
- Lawn, natural ground area and sandpits
- Bins and doggy bag stations
- Agility equipment
- Water fountain
- Car parking area
Stage two includes the possibility of a pop-up stall area.
The total budget for this project is $468,602.50. $399,500 for public open space and $69,102.50 for drainage works. The funds are developer contributions and are specific to the developing the reserve.
We need your final comments on these designs by 11 December 2018.
You can provide your comments by:
- Emailing Click here to email.
- Mailing 6 Paterson Street, Mundijong WA 6123.
- Joining the conversation on our Facebook page.
Next year we’re running an exciting competition, which will involve you suggesting names for the dog park – watch this space!