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Kids Care Canine Corral, the City of St. Augustine’s new dog park was officially opened
when members of the Kids Care 4-H Club, accompanied by their dogs, cut the ribbon.
Standing behind the club members are St. Johns County Commissioner Karen Stern
and City Commissioner Donald Crichlow.
There were cheers from kids and barks from dogs as the ribbon was cut at the official opening of the city’s new dog park, Kids Care Canine Corral. As members of the Kids Care 4-H Club stood ready with scissors in one hand and some with a dog leash in the other, Mayor George Gardner lead in a countdown that ended with a ribbon cutting.
Offering remarks at the ceremony, held on Tuesday, April 19, were Mayor Gardner, City Commissioner Donald Crichlow and County Commissioner Karen Stern. The park’s operation is possible through a cooperative effort of the city and the St. Johns County Recreation Department.
The park had its inception as a project suggested to the City Commission by members of the Kids Care 4-H Club. Last year, as part of their studies of government, the club members decided to attend a Commission meeting and to take the opportunity to suggest ways the community might be improved. Their suggestion: a dog park that would be more assessable to city residents than the highly successful one at Treaty Park.
Mayor George Gardner contacted the group and set-up a meeting with them and city staff at Pomar Park to further develop the idea and now their suggestion is a reality.
The new park is open seven days during daylight hours and is located within the Pomar Park recreation facility at 1600 Masters Drive.
Kids Care Canine Corral, the City of St. Augustine’s new dog park
located within Pomar Park, includes lots of green space, trees and a gazebo.