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Palm Springs Dog Park to reopen after seeding closure


The Palm Springs Dog Park will once again be open to the public on Wednesday after a nearly two-month closure for re-seeding.

On Tuesday, the Palm Springs City Government shared out a video documenting the lush landscape, as well as information on the park's reopening; 5 p.m. Wednesday.

“The City of Palm Springs and our Parks and Recreation Commission is pleased to once again provide secure dog parks at Demuth while needed maintenance and overseeding is performed at our widely used park behind City Hall,” said Cynthia Crawford-Alvarado, Director of Parks and Recreation in a news release announcing the parks initial closure.

The park has been closed since October 25.

City Hall Dog Park Re-Opens Tomorrow

The City Hall Dog Park will re-open tomorrow, Wednesday, Dec. 18, after 5 p.m. The park has been closed for drainage repairs, maintenance and overseeding. Check out how great that grass looks in the video. :)

Posted by Palm Springs City Government on Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Video courtesy: Palm Springs City Government

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