Palatine Park District Dog Park Passes Available December 1

Residents can register for 2013 passes beginning December 1. Non-resident registration begins January 2.

Palatine Park District’s 1.2 acre fenced in Dog Park is located at the Plum Grove Reservoir on Algonquin Road, south of Harper College. The 2013 season will run January 2 through December 31. Priority registration for residents begins December 1; non-resident registration begins January 2 pending availability. Registration forms can be downloaded at www.palatineparks.org. Forms are also available at Community Center, Birchwood Recreation Center, and Falcon Park Recreation Center.

All registrations must be accompanied by documentation of current vaccinations (rabies, hepatitis, distempter, bordatella, test for internal parasites, para-influenza, and parvovirus) and village licenses. Resident fees are $45 for the first dog and $10 for each additional dog up to a total of three dogs per household. Non-resident fees are $90 for the first dog and $20 for each additional dog up to a total of three dogs per household.

For more information, please contact Palatine Park District at 847-991-0333 or visit www.palatineparks.org.

Local Voices contributor Joan Scovic is the Marketing & Sponsorship Coordinator for Palatine Park District.

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