San Jose: Media Advisory: Celebrate New Improvements to Tully Dog Park
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Daniel Lazo, Public Information Manager, Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services

When: Wednesday, May 31, 2023
4 p.m. – 5 p.m.  
Where: Tully Dog Park
800 Tully Rd.
San José, 95111
Who: Councilmember Bien Doan, District 7
Raymond Costantino, Deputy Director of Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services
Background: The City of San José Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services Department invites you to celebrate a refreshed community space for residents and their pets to enjoy, stay healthy, and connect with neighbors to build community through FUN.

Located on the southwest corner of the Tully Community Ballfields adjacent to the Coyote Creek Trail, the half-acre dog park has areas for small and large dogs. This dog park is the first in District 7 and 15th in San José.

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Additions to the park include new surfacing, irrigation and planting, as well as new benches, drinking fountains, and trash cans.
  • To keep people and pets safe, dog owners are reminded to follow all park rules, including:
  • Dogs must be accompanied at all times
  • No more than two dogs per person are allowed at one time
  • Children are only permitted in the dog park when accompanied by a guardian
  • Owners are responsible for picking up after their dog
  • All dogs must wear proof of license and have proper vaccinations
  • Dogs in heat are not permitted in the park
  • Dogs exhibiting bad or aggressive behavior will be required to leave the park
See San Jose Code 13.44.020.

Click on the following link for more information about PRNS dog-friendly parks and trails.

Filed Under: Government, City

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