Flower Mound council OKs site for town's first dog park
The Town Council on Monday approved Heritage Park East as the location for the town's first dog park.
The 8-acre site, on the east side of Garden Ridge Boulevard and north of Spinks Road, will include a 5-acre area for large dogs and 2 acres for smaller breeds.
Council members asked the staff to try to reduce the projected $700,000-$800,000 cost of the park that includes chain-link fencing, a parking lot and an irrigation system.
The town has been discussing a dog park for a number of years and reviewed a total of 11 sites for the project.
All but Heritage Park East, which is 600 to 800... read more
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