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Santa Rosa Recreation & Parks operates 67 parks totaling over 514 acres of parkland which includes sports fields, dog parks, playgrounds, picnic sites, a fishing pond, boating lake, amusement rides, boating, sailing and more. Find your favorite and discover why parks make life better! Download a park map by clicking here.
IMPORTANT MESSAGE FOR PET OWNERS & PARK USERS
10/3/2014 -- Update on lab results for suspicious meatballs found in A Place to Play Dog Park
Sonoma County Animal Services reports that, after a multitude of lab tests, no poisons harmful to people or pets were found in any of the meatballs. While this news is certainly a relief, pet owners who visit public parks are still advised to be alert and not allow your dogs to eat anything that you did not provide. Sonoma County Animal Services also recommends that dog owners walk their dogs on a leash before releasing them in designated off-leash areas. To report City of Santa Rosa Park concerns and issues, please feel free to call our Parks office at (707) 543-3770.
9/23/2014 --Suspcious meatballs found in A Place to Play Dog Park on Saturday, September 20th
Sonoma County Animal Control has reported finding eight potentially poison-laced meatballs in the Dog Park area of A Place to Play Park this past weekend. Animal Control has sent the suspicious findings to a lab for testing, and they anticipate results will be available in up to a week. In the meantime, Santa Rosa Recreation & Parks ask residents to please help us to keep our community safe by reporting anything suspicious that you encounter while visiting local parks. Always call 911 in an emergency. For police related non-emergencies, call the police department at (707) 528-5222. To report park concerns or issues, call our Parks office at (707)543-3770.When visiting dog parks, dog owners should walk the off-leash areas and keep an eye out for suspicious treats. Dogs that show signs of illness after being at a park should be taken immediately to a veterinarian and owners should call Sonoma County Animal Services at (707) 565-7100.
Pardon Our Dust!
You may have noticed a little construction activity in some of Santa Rosa’s parks. The City is hard at work upgrading all of its parks to provide more accessibility for those with disabilities, as well as making park features more inviting and user-friendly for all Santa Rosa residents. This may mean replacing a pathway that is in disrepair, adding new wheelchair-accessible picnic tables, or any number of other improvements. All parks are scheduled to remain open and usable during this work. Follow our progress by clicking here.