Take Action: Below are three things you can do right now! 


Thanks to the outpouring of support for the dog park, the District allocated the funds to save the park. The FY2019 budget includes $1.5 million to purchase the Columbia Heights Dog Park.

Now, it is our turn to thank the Council.

Please email your Councilmembers now!

 
 11th and Bark Boardmembers and Greenspaces for DC President and Executive Director, John Henderson, spoke before the Council in favor of saving the dog park.

11th and Bark Boardmembers and Greenspaces for DC President and Executive Director, John Henderson, spoke before the Council in favor of saving the dog park.

 
 Ward I Councilmember, Brianne Nadeau (who represents the Columbia Heights neighborhood), advocated for the funding of the dog park.

Ward I Councilmember, Brianne Nadeau (who represents the Columbia Heights neighborhood), advocated for the funding of the dog park.


 
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Columbia Heights Dog Park Finn Petition

Join the almost 1,500 other DC residents by signing the petition in support of the dog park.

Then share the petition with your friends and neighbors.

Although we have the money in the DC Council budget to purchase the park, it can still help to show our support. 

Banner photo by: Karen Baijens