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City of Geneva "Bark Park"

CLICK ON THE DONATE BUTTON ABOVE TO MAKE A CONTRIBUTION TO THE GENEVA COMMUNITY BARK PARK!

 
Welcome to the City of Geneva's "Bark Park" page! We are a group of local community members
advocating for a safe and friendly environment for registered dogs and their owners to gather and socialize.

We meet on a monthly basis to discuss our goal of opening a dog park in the city of Geneva by the summer of 2014. This is a grass-roots effort of community volunteers in coordination with city staff. We plan on fundraising all the money necessary to build the park and sustain its future needs. We welcome anyone to join our group and to assist in any way possible! This page will provide for you updated information on meetings, information on upcoming events for fundraising, and some other information on dogs and parks!

Since our fundrasing campaign started in October 2013, we have raised over $11,000 towards our goal of $35,000. In-kind donations are always welcome, contact us below for more info on how you can help!

Brick and Donation form
Dog Park Conceptual drawing

 Find us on Social Media:
Twitter: @GenevaBarkPark
Facebook: Bark Park for Geneva

Upcoming Meeting: Mon. July 14  at 5:30pm  GNRC on 430 Exchange St (please note:NEW GNRC LOCATION) 

Upcoming Events:

Weekly at the Geneva Area Farmers Market  - Exchange St. Parking Lot. 730a-1p - The Bark Park will be on hand to share information on the dog park at the Market and selling goodies for you and your pup.

Cruisin Night - Fri. July 25th from 6-10pm - Visit our booth for treats and information on our dog park!

Echomen Concert at Club 86! Fri. July 25th 830p-11p. The Bark Park Committee will be hosting a silent auction during the concert!

 VOLUNTEERING!
Intersted in lending a hand?!  Sign up for e-blasts from the GNRC on upcoming meetings and fundraising events!  Email Janelle Drach at jdrach@geneva.ny.us with the subject title "Bark Park" to get on the listserv and to any other questions about the project.

This project is supported by (501c3) GENEVA COMMUNITY PROJECTS and the CITY OF GENEVA in conjunction with the Geneva Dog Park Committee.