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    West Hollywood to Host Listening Session on Proposed Off-Leash Dog Park at Kings Road Park

    To leash? Or not to leash? That is the question the City of West Hollywood is asking the public regarding a proposed plan for an off-leash dog park at Kings Road Park. The City will host an in-person listening session, which will include City staff and members of a Public Facilities Commission Ad Hoc Subcommittee focused on the proposed Kings Road Off-Leash Dog Park. The session will take place on Saturday, December 3, 2022 at 10 a.m. at the Kings Road Park Community Meeting Room, located at 1000 N. Kings Road. The City invites all interested community members, neighbors, property owners, and stakeholders to attend. RSVP is not required.

    Photo provided courtesy of the City of West Hollywood. Some rights reserved. Photo credit: Jon Viscott

    Kings Road Park is a public neighborhood park featuring a winding series of contemplative and relaxing spaces filled with tropical and local foliage, a play area for small children, fountains and water features, benches for reading and socializing, and a community meeting room. The park is popular among families and caregivers with small children during the day and the grassy area towards the back of the park has also become a popular location for local community members to bring their dogs to play and interact.

    All input provided at the Kings Road Off-Leash Dog Park listening session will be analyzed by City staff and members of the Public Facilities Commission as part of developing a recommendation to the West Hollywood City Council about the proposed project. The Kings Road Park Off-Leash Dog Park staff report from August 2021 is available on the City’s website at: https://bit.ly/3CXVsUw.

    For those unable to attend the listening session in-person, input may be submitted no later than noon on Friday, December 2, 2022 directly to the staff contact listed below.

    For additional information and/or to request special accommodations (such as listening devices or translation/interpreting services) please contact Erin Hamant, Senior Administrative Analyst in the City of West Hollywood’s Department of Public Works at (323) 848-6859 or ehamant@weho.org at least 48 hours prior to the meeting.

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    Bill
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    20 days ago

    Absolutely YES to this proposal. The park is already used as an off-leash park every day (illegally). There’s plenty of room for an off-leash space in the back – at least as large as each of the off-leash spaces at the WeHo Park. This is a great idea and I’ll use it every day.

    Enough!
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    20 days ago

    I bet the surrounding apartments will love the smell. Improve dogs life..diminish humans.

    Yuck
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    21 days ago

    Park is way too tiny. Curious to see what the plans are for this. We’re already getting a dog park at Plummer Park. What gives?

    Enough!
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    22 days ago

    That park is way too small. West Hollywood tries to squeeze way too many functions into its little parks, reducing the available green space. There are already two dog parks in this city. That’s enough.

    Yuck
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    21 days ago

    agreed

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