Bark out your vote for a city dog park

Westfield could be going to the dogs. Well, not literally, but a dog park from PetSafe is a very real possibility. The company is offering $100,000 for such a facility, but the community must vote – and bear in mind neighboring Noblesville is on the scent, as well. If you would like to see the city in possession of a bark park, you need to:

We see this as another valuable amenity for our fellow citizens, especially those of the dog-loving variety. A pet-friendly space would be just the ticket for many. As soon as Westfield is nominated, PetSafe will do the heavy lifting in confirming the availability of land and civic leaders’ support. You will also be able to vote every day to help our city move forward in the contest. For the best chance to become a finalist, make sure Westfield’s page is complete and be sure you are voting each day on both www.petsafe.net and www.facebook.com/petsafebrand. This gives Westfield twice as many daily votes! You may encourage friends, family members, civic leaders and community members to vote to bring the dog park to reality. PetSafe says you can even encourage friends and family members who don’t live in Westfield to participate in voting. Finalists will be announced on June 15, and then voting will continue until 11:59:59 p.m. on July 31. Winners will be revealed on Aug. 3. The runner-up city and the city with the highest percentage of votes by population each will receive $25,000. As they say in Chicago, “Vote early and often.”

Brian Kelly

Brian Kelly is the co-founder, president and publisher of Current Publishing, LLC. You can contact him at executive.brian@currentincarmel.com.

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  • Hello from Ohio

    Vote everyone!! Dogs need free time to interact with each other and you will meet new friends at the park. We were sucessful in getting a small dog park to open in our community and it has proved to be an asset to everyone.
    Even if you don’t have a dog – vote Westfield!!

  • Dog park

    Westfield needs a dog park badly, please