The San Ramon Parks and Community Services Department is calling on all dog lovers to participate in its online "dog park survey," in order to share their thoughts on how the city can best evaluate and improve the canine sanctuaries.
Open now until this Friday at 5 p.m., the approximately five-minute survey was launched to support the city as it updates its 10-year Parks, Trails, Open Space and Recreation Master Plan, which will be used to guide city staff as they develop park services and activities in San Ramon.
“By participating you will help the Parks & Community Services Department identify which dog parks are most popular, what type of new amenities you would like to see at the dog parks and if you would like the option of reserving a dog park for your exclusive use,” city officials wrote in a statement.
Parks and Community Services program manager Keith Haase said that the survey was in part started in response to a resident who inquired if dog parks can be rented for private events, adding that the city is not leaning one way or the other on the possibility, and city officials just want to take the community's temperature on the matter.
San Ramon residents can take the online survey here.