Laguna Niguel may gain a second pooch park
The Laguna Niguel City Council has approved a preliminary design for making improvements to the existing pooch park. And it agreed to have a feasibility study conducted on whether the city should have a second pooch park.
City Manager Kristine Ridge says the Council had already incorporated into the city’s capital improvement plan a wish list of what residents had indicated they want at the pooch park. The wishes include more direct access to the park from the parking lot; protective screening on the fence to keep snakes away; improved drainage and a drinking fountain area with a concrete pad.
The pooch park is located in the 31-thousand block of Golden Lantern, adjacent to an Orange County Fire Authority fire station.
She says certain improvements at the pooch park will be contingent on whether the Council eventually agrees to have a second park for dogs.