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will soon be home to a dedicated dog park, with the development of Gladstone
Dog Park expected to be complete in the next couple of weeks.
Located in Gladstone Park off Hakatere Road, Pegasus - the project has been keenly watched by nearby residents, with locals already keen to start using the area.
Green Space Community Engagement Officer Grant Stephens noted that it was an exciting time for the district’s dog owners, but urged the public to be patient while the final work was completed.
an active construction site, with a range of potential hazards, especially
while the contractors are still on site, we ask for your patience while we
finish up and ensure it is a safe and welcoming place for people and their
The development of Gladstone Park follows the successful launch and ongoing popularity of the Milton Memorial Reserve Dog Park in Rangiora.
Community group, Friends of the Rangiora Dog Park, have been heavily involved with enhancing that dog park and are currently fundraising for shelters to be installed. They have a quiz night planned for 13th November in partnership with Rangiora Lions Club. Event and ticketing
information can be found on their Facebook page.
Gladstone Dog Park will be the third dog park established for the Waimakariri District, with another planned for the Regeneration area in Kaiapoi. It is expected to open in mid-November.
For more information contact our Green Space Community Engagement Officer, Grant Stephens.
Contact: Grant Stephens
Phone: 0800 965 468