Ruse Park: Dog Off Leash Area

Consultation has concluded

The City of Canterbury Bankstown is proposing to install an off-leash dog area at Ruse Park, Macauley Avenue, Bankstown, following requests from residents in the area.

Council is looking to do this in partnership with the Office of Open Space and Parklands and is seeking community feedback. Works on the proposed off-leash area are expected to commence in the second quarter of 2019.

How can you get involved?

Community information pop-up stalls were hosted at Ruse Park, Bankstown on Thursday 18 October and Saturday 20 October. Thank you to all those who attended and shared your thoughts on the proposed off-leash dog area.

This public exhibition and community consultation period commenced on Monday 15 October 2018 and closed at 3pm on Monday 12 November 2018. Submissions are now with Council for review.

The City of Canterbury Bankstown is proposing to install an off-leash dog area at Ruse Park, Macauley Avenue, Bankstown, following requests from residents in the area.

Council is looking to do this in partnership with the Office of Open Space and Parklands and is seeking community feedback. Works on the proposed off-leash area are expected to commence in the second quarter of 2019.

How can you get involved?

Community information pop-up stalls were hosted at Ruse Park, Bankstown on Thursday 18 October and Saturday 20 October. Thank you to all those who attended and shared your thoughts on the proposed off-leash dog area.

This public exhibition and community consultation period commenced on Monday 15 October 2018 and closed at 3pm on Monday 12 November 2018. Submissions are now with Council for review.

Survey - Ruse Park, Bankstown - Proposed Dog Off Leash Park

Consultation has concluded