By Ralph Ellis

It looks like the dog park at Brook Run Park isn’t moving – at least not very far.

The Dunwoody City Council on Monday night went thumbs down on the idea of relocating the dog park to a spot close to the Brook Run entrance, near the skate park.

Instead, the council instructed Parks and Recreation Manager Brent Walker to investigate ways to shift the footprint of the current 4-acre park while staying near the edge of the Brook Run property.

2 replies on “Dunwoody City Council rejects idea of relocating dog park”

  1. Yea! That is wonderful news. Our dog park is one of the jewels of Dunwoody, and one about which we may be justifiably proud. If minor changes are needed to protect the environment, the users of the park are happy to help in any way we can. But, we love our park, and the size and shade are two of the things that make it really special. Thanks, City Council!

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