What is the Bellevue Community Dog Park?
A place where our best friends have a place to run, roll around in mud, meet new four-legged friends and even catch a ball or Frisbee.
The Leisure Services Department, Friends of Bellevue Parks, Oak View Veterinary Hospital and a group of volunteer citizens are working to create and operate a community dog park in the Village of Bellevue.
Fundraising is now on-going with the hope of raising enough funds to install a fence, drive access and parking to begin operations.
To learn more about the dog park project, view the following video:
Where is the proposed Bellevue Community Dog Park?
The proposed site is located at Vanden Heuvel Park, 2282 Bellevue Street.
This 22.5 acre park site is located just south of State HWY 172 along the banks of the East River. The majority of this park is part of the East River Parkway & Trail. Approximately 6.5 acre section of the property will be developed as a dog park.
How Can I Support The Bellevue Dog Park?
The Bellevue Dog Park Committee is currently organizing several community fundraisers. If you'd like to assist the committee in organizing and helping conduct events, please contact Joel Gregozeski at (920) 468-5225.
You can also become involved at the committee level participating in meetings and planning efforts. The meeting agendas/minutes are provided below: