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Exciting new spaces for our furry friends are on the way, with upgrades commencing at two off-leash dog parks at Band Hall Reserve in Birrong and Vale of Ah Reserve in Milperra.
It is part of a Council’s trial to separate large and small dogs – creating more inviting and safer outdoor spaces for dogs to roam and their owners.
Canterbury-Bankstown Mayor Khal Asfour was joined by Councillor Rachelle Harika to turn the first sod to mark the start of work at Band Hall Reserve’s Dog Off-Leash Area.
Mayor Khal Asfour said he’s excited to see more outdoor facilities for our local community, especially after coming out of lockdown.
“Dog owners will absolutely love the new facilities,” Mayor Asfour said.
“These new separated areas and the inclusion of waste bag dispensers are being introduced because we’ve listened to the community.”
The upgrades to Band Hall Reserve and Vale of Ah Reserve are expected to be completed this December, and will include:
Waste bag dispensers and bins will also be installed at Craig Street Reserve in Punchbowl, Richard Podmore Reserve in Narwee, Close Street Reserve in Canterbury, Ruse Park in Bankstown, Peace Park in Ashbury, Hughes Park in Earlwood and Peter Moore Field in Campsie.
For more details on the construction, visit cb.city/projects
27/10/2021 10:32 AM