Dogs and their owners now have a place to come together to run free, play and socialize in the Beverly Hills Community Dog Park. The off-leash dog park will be designed to separately accommodate small and large dogs.
Location: 344 North Foothill Road (northwest corner of Foothill Road and Alden Drive)
Building the Dog Park:
Construction of the base park entails soil remediation, construction of natural-looking, decomposed granite surface, site drainage system, refurbishment and new construction of exterior walls, additional lighting, fence and gate for large and small dog areas, water stations, dog bag dispensers, drinking fountains, waste receptacles, benches and CCTV.
19,000 Sq. Ft. Total
Small dog area: 6,363 Sq. Ft.
Large dog area: 12,255 Sq. Ft.
8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily
Maximum: 3 dogs per person
Metered parking on the street and 9333 Third street lot provides pay as you go parking.
There will be no restrooms at the site.
The dog park initially will be open to Beverly Hills residents, people who work in Beverly Hills, hotel guests, and residents' guests. Owners of dogs must be 14 years or older or accompanied by an adult if under 14 years of age.
In order to obtain a permit to gain access to the dog park, dogs must have a current license. For licensing and more information, view Dog License Application for City of Los Angeles. Once a permit is granted, a dog tag will be provided to gain access to the park.
CCTV Monitors will be placed in the dog park for the safety of guests and their dogs. In the first six months of operation, a ranger will be on duty during park hours.
Guests are expected to abide by the rules posted. Non-compliance can result in termination of permit.
Help us Build a Community Dog Park We Can All Be Proud Of!
With your donation, we can add benches, trees, landscaping, art and agility features to make it FANTASTIC! To make your donation, go to... www.beverlyhills.org/dogpark
Questions can be directed to Community Services at 310-285-6850.