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Dog Park

About the Project
Calling All Canine Friends! Your time has arrived! City Council has dedicated a portion of West Loop Park and phase one construction for development of an off-leash dog park. Please see the links below for more information on the master plan and other design aspects of the dog park. The nine-acre plot of land (on the corner of Landa Street and Loop 337) includes a number of large, beautiful oak trees. The park will be completed in two to three phases - the first phase will focus on a traditional dog park arrangement. The second phase will ideally be a larger, off leash hiking/walking trail.

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Join us! Tell your friends, family, co-workers and neighbors! Grassroots organizations have already been working diligently with the New Braunfels Parks Foundation to create a groundswell of enthusiasm for the park, and now the City of New Braunfels is pleased to be partnering in this community-wide project. 

Visit the New Braunfels Parks Foundation website for additional information on the project and ways to get involved. 

Cost Estimate Phase One Construction $250,000
Funding Source $100,000 from NBIDC4B, $150,000 monetary and in-kind donations from efforts of New Braunfels Puppy Playland and New Braunfels Parks Foundation
Current Status-Progress Phase one of project approved by City Council on April 14, 2014
Next Step Bid construction contracts Summer 2014

Below is the master plan, which was approved by City Council on August 27, 2012. 
Below is phase one of the master plan, which was approved by City Council on April 14, 2014.