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  • Volunteers
    need to be wearing safety vest to be identified as a volunteer.
    We have them available.

  • Volunteers
    can remind dog users of dog park rules if they spot violations.

  • Avoid
    hostile confrontations with the public.

  • Record and Report
    name (if possible) or license plate can be documented and passed on to Parks staff.

  • Volunteers
    can arrive and walk the facility any time during park hours.

  • Volunteers
    are not on site to pick up after dogs. Simply provide a watchdog presence, so to speak, and hopefully folks will see someone wearing a vest and abide by rules.

  • Dogwatch
    notice has been posted on each Information Shelter as users enter each section of the Dog Park.

Staffed by Volunteers, to inform the public who are using the Dog Park, to the Rules & Proper Etiquette.  This consists of wearing an orange vest, supplied by Harris County, and informing visitors about rules &regulations. 

If you wish to join Dogwatch, please send your Name, Email & Phone Number to

Parks Superintendent Gilbert Smith is also asking for each member to record their hours so he can present a time accountability to Commissioner Morman. This is strictly a voluntary effort.  If you wish to participate in recording your time volunteering, each month send the recorded time to Superintendent of Parks Precinct 2: – Gilbert Smith

In those rare occasions where a person wants to argue a specific point what is the proper etiquette, we have Handouts that you will receive with your orange vest.

Last update 09 July 2013