LOS GATOS CREEK COUNTY PARK MASTER PLAN UPDATE
Thank you for your continued interest in the Master Plan process. The County of Santa Clara Parks and Recreation Commission unanimously recommended the Plan to a subcommittee of the Board of Supervisors. All of your comments over the months have been appreciated. The Plan has been successful in addressing a diversity of needs for the greatest number of users.
The Plan is tentatively scheduled for adoption on October 29, 2002 by the Board of Supervisors. For continued updates see: http://www.parkhere.org/planning/planning.html
Once the Plan is adopted, funding for implementation of priority projects will follow. If funding can be secured in the next fiscal year some improvements could be underway by late 2003.
If you should have any questions about the process please contact Antoinette Romeo, County Planner at (408) 355-2235.
Thank you for all of your effort and input on seeing this through.
City of Campbell Public Works
(note: It was reported to me at one time that this would be a dog park with water (i.e., swimming) access, but that is not the case! There is no WATER FEATURE for dogs at this site. The only water will be drinking water. It is a small one-acre site that will allow users of the Park and the Trail to unleash their dogs for exercise and socialization.
Dogs are forbidden to go into any of the percolation ponds or the creek and
fines are hefty. The area is a sanctuary for nesting birds.
-- the dogmaster)
Greer Park has a smaller dog run.
Hoover Park supposedly has a dog run, although we've never been there.
South Bay Dog Parks
List o' dog parks (mostly) in the South Bay
Dave's Off-Leash Dog Parks in Santa Clara County Page
a journal of sorts, with some other good links
Maggie's Page and Dog Issues
scroll down to see "Dog Runs on the Penisula"
Dog-Play Links to Dog Park Info
a lot here but no rhyme or reason to the organization
Dogpark.com - Dogparks In The US
probably the most comprehensive nationwide list I have seen
Dog Parks, country-wide
Do you know of a good Bay Area dog link? E-mail the Dogmaster.