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This page contains information about what reserves you can exercise your dog off the leash and where our dog parks are located.
A 9540m2 dog park was established in Southbrook Park (South Belt, Rangiora) in 2010 - access to this is from Coronation Street or the Southbrook Park car park. The park features a pleasant walking circuit leading to a large fenced area where dogs can be let off leash to run and play. Information signs and seating are provided, along with dog waste bags, bins and a water supply.
A dog park has been developed in Millton Memorial Park, corner Millton Ave/River Road in Rangiora. This park covers 2.634 hectares and was opened in December 2015. The park features a large dog area and small dog area, dog waste bags, bins and a drinking water facility.
The Rangiora dog parks have a Facebook community page - www.facebook.com/RangioraDogParks/.
To protect public safety and enjoyment, the Waimakariri District Council Dog Control Bylaw 2009 (pdf, 75.5 KB) classifies the district’s parks and reserves into three categories: Dog Prohibited Areas, Leash Control Areas and Under Control Areas. The First Schedule of the bylaw lists all the district's reserves and their classifications. You can exercise your dog off the leash in Under Control Areas as long as you keep the dog under continuous supervision and control.
Note: If a reserve isn't listed it remains an 'under control area' until reclassified. Always check the reserve's signposts before taking a dog onto a reserve.