Off-leash dogs OK again in designated areas of Piedmont parks

Dracena Park has a designated off-leash area.

From the City of Piedmont on June 19:

“Effective immediately, dogs are welcome to be off-leash in the Linda Dog Park and the designated off-leash areas in Blair, Dracena, and Piedmont parks. Dogs using these areas must have a dog license and an off-leash permit, both of which are available from the Piedmont Police Department. Dog owners in these areas must practice social distancing, wear a face covering, and not enter if they have a fever or cough.

The changes come as a result of a revised order issued by the Alameda County Health Officer on June 18th, which allows the opening of dog parks.

We appreciate the understanding of our community while dogs had to be on-leash so that parks could be open for all users.”

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