Hello friends! Just a quick note to tell you that the park will be closed today (Wednesday, Sept. 25) from about 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm. Before you get upset, let me tell you why! We are getting new latches for the gates! These latches are welded on and will self-close if you just pullContinue reading “Park Closed TODAY (9/25/19) 3:30-5:30 pm”
Newark Street Dog Park is hosting an ugly sweater howliday party! There will be prizes for best dog sweater and best dog and owner sweater combo. Please come join us and also consider donating to our park.
Hello Everyone, We haven’t published any content in a long time but we wanted to let you know that we are still here supporting the park. Most of our content is on our Facebook and Instagram pages. Log in and take a look at some of the super cute pictures our social media team has beenContinue reading “Community Update”
Now that the overgrown greenery is taken care of, we’ve got some work to do! On Saturday, August 22, 2015 at 11am we will be cleaning up the park by pulling weeds, trimming back bushes, assembling a new shed, and cleaning existing equipment. We are also working with Casey Trees to potentially organize a treeContinue reading “Community Appreciation and Clean-up Day – Saturday August 22, 11am”
Thanks to the generous support of our community members we are able to have our park surface de-compacted and to add several tons of new gravel. This will help tremendously with the draining and the dust that we have been having issues with. As a result, the park will be out of commission on TuesdayContinue reading “! Park Closed Tuesday, August 18, 2015 8am-3pm !”
Friends of the park, One of our responsibilities, as the board, is to make sure the park is locked at night and opened in the morning. One of our duties, as community members, is to support the resources that we utilize. To that end we depend heavily on our base of volunteers to help us care forContinue reading “Second Call for Volunteers”
Community, The NSDPK9F board has been working hard to maintain, and even improve, the state of our park. It is an unfortunate reality that D.C. does not have the manpower to adequately maintain every inch of their park land. As such it is important for the community to play a role in the upkeep. To thatContinue reading “NSDP Community Discussion: Park Upgrades”
Community, The board has received several complaints about children playing unsupervised, and sometimes ineffectively supervised, in the dog park. The presence of children is certainly not offensive and, so long as they are supervised, there is no D.C. Department of Parks and Recreation regulation (Reference #17 in the Regulations listed here) that forbids them from usingContinue reading “NSDP Community Discussion: Children In The Park”