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The Chelsea Dog Park is now open, and remember you must register before you take your dog to the park.

The park is located on the Letts Creek Linear Park Trail, east of McKinley Street, north of the City Treatment Facility, and the rules are included below.

Registration forms are available on the city webpage http://city-chelsea.org/parks-recreation/forms and will need to be turned in to city offices. The new park is part of the City of Chelsea’s 5-year Parks Plan Update. The plan was created by the Parks Steering Committee with public input and approved by the City Council.

The 5 Healthy Towns Foundation provided grant funding for the park and the City Council approved funding for the path to the park. The path also is part of a larger linear park concept – The Letts Creek Linear Park – that is also part of the 5-Year Plan.

The ribbon cutting for the park is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 28 at 10 a.m.

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One Response to “City of Chelsea Dog Park now open”

  1. Brian Cashman says:

    Thank you Lisa and Chelsea Update. I had no idea this was so close to happening.

    A previous article from Feb 2016 said, “The proposed parking would be at an elementary school that is about .4 miles from the dog park and dog annoyance, danger and barking dogs would take place close to the school.” This article and the Parks & Rec web site give no info about parking or access. Can we park at the treatment facility?