BEVERLY HILLS—Early permit registration started on Monday, July 25 for the Beverly Hills’ Dog Park, according to a press release from the city of Beverly Hills. Beverly Hills’ first Dog Park is scheduled to open late summer 2016.
On July 19, Beverly Hills’ Mayor Mirisch announced at the City Council meeting the start of early permit registration for the new Dog Park that broke ground in May. Early permit registration benefits dogs and owners who will be participating in the park by ensuring the dogs are healthy and are current on their rabies vaccinations.
The permits are free for dogs that are owned by residents of Beverly Hills, employees who work in the city of Beverly Hills and visitors to the city of Beverly Hills who are staying with residents or in Beverly Hills hotels.
Only dogs with a valid license in their local community can obtain permits for the Dog Park. For Beverly Hills’ residents the dogs’ license has to be in the county of Los Angeles. Permits can be applied for at www.beverlyhills.org/dogpark. The online process is fast, easy and can help prevent a delay in obtaining a permit once the Dog Park opens.
Canyon News emailed Dana Beesen from the city of Beverly Hills for more information, but was unable to receive comment before print.
The first Dog Park for the city of Beverly Hills will cover an 18,000 square foot area and will have a separate area for large dogs and small dogs. Dog owners will be allowed to take up to three dogs of their own into the park at a time. For more information on the Dog Park visit www.beverlyhills.org/dogpark.