According to the needs of Cieza and the care of pets, according to the participatory budgets of the year 2019, an extension of the existing dog park was agreed and budgeted.
The works have been completed successfully, giving rise to a new space for the use and enjoyment of pets and their owners, an extension of the canine park in the Prince of Asturias for an amount of 14,200 euros, sources from the Department of Plays.
Currently the park offers entertainment for children of different ages, including for older people, areas delimited by flower beds and with adequate signage, being also a park very visited by neighbors accompanied by their pets, hence the need for expansion for the correct coexistence between these and the rest of visitors, facilitating this type of facilities also the care and perfect state of cleanliness of the rest of the areas, explain the aforementioned sources.
This intervention has included the placement of banks for pet owners, games and drinking fountains for animals that will complete the existing furniture.
"From the City Council we have proceeded to the extension of the existing area to enable an area of â€‹â€‹800 square meters properly fenced, with double security door and equipped with wastebaskets to facilitate the owners a good management of collection of canine depositions."
Francisco Saorín, Councilor Delegate for Works and Services, states that "this intervention responds to the fulfillment that this City Council makes of the requests of its neighbors and neighbors, remember that this project is born from participatory budgets. On the other hand, this Department maintains its commitment with animal protection and care, this intervention, added to the remodeling of the municipal shelter of abandoned animals, gives a good account of this. "
So the same councilor invites pet owners to carry out a good management in terms of maintenance of facilities enabled in these spaces, as well as a good management of cleaning and collection of waste generated.
"It is necessary that pets do physical exercise, socialize and can enjoy spaces to run freely without involving irrigation for other people or animals. We continue working to improve the quality of life in our town," they conclude from the City Council.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cieza