Feedback sought: Should Jollyman Park allow off-leash dog exercise?

Feedback sought: Should Jollyman Park allow off-leash dog exercise?

The City of Cupertino is seeking public input on a neighborhood proposal to designate an area in Jollyman Park, 1000 S. Stelling Rd, for use as an off-leash dog exercise area for a three- to six-month trial period.

During the trial period, dogs would be allowed off-leash seven days a week from one hour before sunset to one hour after sunset in the area designated in the map.

Residents are encouraged to take a survey here. The survey will be closed by the end of the day on Sunday, July 22.

1 Comment on "Feedback sought: Should Jollyman Park allow off-leash dog exercise?"

  1. I am strongly against Jollyman park allow off-leash dog exercise. Cupertino already has dog park on Mary Ave. The park are for people – adults, kids, baby, etc. not for dog, especially dogs. Lots of people are afraid of dogs, some dogs are very aggressive,. Why not use Mary Ave dog park ? if you are the dog lover, it is worthwhile to drive there. Please consider the right as resident to walk freely in the Jollyman park without fear.

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