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Dog Park Survey

Dog Park Survey

Council is conducting a survey to investigate the creation of a fenced dog park in the Derwent Valley. We would like your input into the proposed site, functionality and amenities.

Your survey results will inform Council with the design of a dedicated fenced off lead area for locals and visitors to socialise and exercise their dogs outdoors.

Please note: the fenced park will still require dog owners to have effective control (as prescribed by the Dog Control Act 2000) over their dog at all times.

The online survey contains 10 questions and will take around ten minutes of your time. All information will remain confidential. 

The survey is currently open via the Derwent Valley Council website and will run until Friday 8th June 2018.  

For those individuals who do not have access to a personal online device, we encourage you to visit our local LINC Library, New Norfolk for free public computer access. Alternatively, survey access can be made available at the council’s customer service desk in Circle Street New Norfolk.

We thank you in advance for your time and participation.



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Derwent Valley Council
The Derwent Valley Municipal area is characterised by its ever growing rural townships, green hills and river valley environment. Major features of the Derwent Valley municipality include its land and fresh water resources.
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PO Box 595
New Norfolk Tas 7140
Fax: 03 6261 8546
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(Closed on Public Holidays)