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Posted on: August 25, 2017

Pets in Public: Leashes and Clean-up Required

Dog on leash

The Parks and Recreation Department receives many complaints from residents regarding pets in parks not being leashed, along with pet owners not picking up pet waste.


The City requires that dogs are to be on a leash in public parks and on public property. Except for Police and service animals, dogs are not permitted at events with 1,000 or more people in attendance.  


Pet owners also violate park rules when they do not pick up their pets’ excrement in parks.


Please remember to clean-up after your pet when you visit public spaces.


Thank you for your cooperation in helping us keep Broken Arrow a safe and friendly community!


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