Dog Park Plans Move Forward

I wrote a year or so back about the lack of a community dog park in the Menifee/Sun City area and am very grateful for the overwhelming support I received.

I'm finally moving forward with my plans to establish a privately run non-profit dog park in our community. Currently, I am in the very initial phase - information gathering and applying for non-profit status.

If there is anyone with experience forming a non-profit or who has a legal background as it relates to non-profit entities and would be willing to help, I can be reached via email at kj_jester@hotmail.com.

I'm looking forward to finally putting this plan in motion and giving our "best friends" a place to roam (off leash) in their own community.




5 Comments:

  1. I am absolutely in favor of your quest. I wish I had some knowledge of where to begin. You are giving hope to this community. Thank you.

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  2. Cool. My wife and I take our dogs to La Ladera Park, but have to keep them on leash. We'd love an off-leash park in Menifee. You might try one of the two Chambers of Commerce here. They have contacts they can put you in touch with.

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  3. Thanks for all the support! I actually got a call from Larry Ross - a planner with the Couny of Riverside and he directed me to Joe Tronti in the 3rd District.

    Mr. Ross was great and ver supportive! I can actually see this really coming together!

    I will definitely contact the chambers of commerce as well. That's a great idea!

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  4. Great! Keep us posted on the developments, and let us know when you're taking donations.

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  5. Hi all! I'm not sure if it's an "official" dog park, but there is a fenced in portion of a park by my home, at the end of Menifee Road (across from Freedom Crest Elementary) where several people I know take their doggies and let them run around and play with each other. It's hilarious to watch the dogs interact. Go check it out!!

    Cynthia Aina

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