Sedona Canine Park Will Start Closing One Hour a Week for Sanitation

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Since regular disinfection is important to protect the health and safety of pets and owners at Sedona Dog Park from April 15, 2021 through October, the dog park will be closed on Thursdays from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. for city staff to perform weekly maintenance can renovate.

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No dog is denied the opportunity to play while at work. “During the weekly dog ​​park closure, dogs can also participate in the city’s Yappy Hour program in the park’s multi-purpose field,” said Dawn Norman, director of the Recreational and Water Sports Department for Sedona.

The Yappy Hour program takes place every Thursday on the multi-purpose field in Posse Grounds Park. From April 15, 2021, the time will be shifted from winter hours from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. to summer hours from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.

The weekly maintenance in the dog park includes the disinfection of drinking stations, fountains, garbage cans, artificial turf and benches. The rehabilitated areas are dry and safe when the dog park reopens at 9 a.m.

Park users can help by collecting their dog’s litter and reporting issues through the city’s Citizens Connect app, which can be downloaded to any smartphone.

Visit www.sedonaaz.gov/parks for the Sedona Dog Park hours and rules.

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