Rules & Regulations
For the enjoyment of city residents and their dogs, the following rules apply to all users of the off-leash dog park:
- The dog park is for dogs, their handlers, and those accompanying them.
- All dogs must be spayed or neutered as age appropriate.
- Dog handlers must be at least 16 years of age and carry a leash for each dog at all times while in the off-leash area.
- Children 8 years and younger are not permitted in the dog parks. Children ages 9-15 must be accompanied by and closely supervised by an adult.
- Dogs must be at least 4 months old and wearing City of Superior pet license tag. If you are not a Superior resident, a current rabies tag is acceptable.
- Dogs known to be aggressive or females in heat are not allowed in the dog park.
- For safety reasons, pinch, prong, and spiked collars are not allowed and must be removed before entering the dog park.
- Maximum of two dogs per handler in the park at one time.
- Owners MUST clean up after their dog(s) and deposit feces in the containers provided.
- All dogs must be off leash in the dog park and on leash outside the dog park. Owners must be in control of their dog(s) at all times. (City Ordinance Sec. 22-3)
- Dog owners are legally and financially responsible for their dog's behavior. If your dog inflicts an injury to another dog or person, you must give your name and contact number to the other party involved before leaving the park.
- The City of Superior is not responsible for the supervision of dogs or any damage or injury caused by a dog. Your presence in the dog park is at your own risk.
- Smoking and food are not allowed in the off-leash area. No glass containers.
- Anyone who sees unattended dogs or other rule violations should call Animal Control at (715) 395-7280 or call 911 to report any emergencies.
- Any questions or concerns about the dog park should be directed to Superior Parks and Recreation (715) 395-7270.
- -The creation of this off-leash dog park will not change the rules or use for dog owners at other parks.
- -People love bringing their dogs to other parks and the creation of this dog park or this committee will not impede that or want to require those owners to set areas.
- -This is an option for dog owners to have an area to use, as well as a safe area for their pets have fun.
- -The committee feels that there are many great locations in Superior for dog parks or fenced in locations at other parks as options of use for dog owners.
- -The committee also believes that this dog park could be the catalyst to showing the Superior community that dog parks are great for the community, and could lead to more in the future.