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Olympic Park Dog Off Leash Area Upgrade

Consultation closed on 12 February 2017

The City of Ryde is upgrading the existing dog off leash area within Olympic Park by installing a fence. This fence will provide a safe environment for dogs and their owners to play in an enclosed dog off leash area. As part of the upgrade new bins, seats and equipment may be included. 

 

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Vision - Ryde Aquatic Leisure Centre Precinct

Published on 13 September 2017

City of Ryde is developing a Masterplan for the Ryde Aquatic and Leisure Centre Precinct, which includes Olympic Park and the existing fenced dog off leash area. You are invited to Have Your Say on the future use and design of the Precinct. Please visit Vision - Ryde Aquatic Leisure Centre Precinct for more information. 

Construction Completed

Published on 25 August 2017

Installation of the fence around the dog off leash area at Olympic Park is now complete. 

Outcome of Community Consultation

Published on 30 March 2017

City of Ryde received support from the community for the proposal to install a fence, however, some concerns were raised and Council has taken a closer look at the design in relation to these themes:

  • Concerns about children using the park if the entire space is fenced and it appears that the whole park is a dog off leash area
  • Concerns about children and/or dogs running into the surrounding streets or the Ryde Aquatic Leisure Centre car park if the park remains without a fence

As a result of the community consultation, the new fence and park entrance locations have been designed to meet the various needs within the community.  

Have Your Say is now closed

Published on 12 February 2017

Have Your Say for the Olympic Park Dog Off Leash Upgrade is now closed.  

Have Your Say in now open

Published on 24 January 2017

The proposal to fence the dog off leash area at Olympic Park is currently on exhibition until 12 February 2017.

Have Your Say

You are invited to meet with Council's project team to discuss the project, where you can view our draft ideas, ask questions and together we can plan a better dog off leash area for locals to play with their dogs. 

Information Session  

Date: Tuesday 7 February 2017
Time: 4:30pm
Where: Olympic Park, Cnr Margaret Street and Potts Street, Ryde. 

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If you are unable to attend this meeting you can provide your comments and suggestions via email or phone. Written submissions must be clearly marked as ‘Dog off Leash Upgrade at Olympic Park' and will be received up until 12 February 2017. 

Timeline

Olympic Park Dog Off Leash Upgrade Drop-in Session 7 February 2017 to 7 February 2017
Project Completed
11 August 2017 to 11 August 2017

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Last updated on 13 September 2017