Norfolk, ODU surveying residents about dog parks

NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — The City of Norfolk and Old Dominion University want to know what you think about dog parks.

The two have partnered to survey residents’ perceptions of dog parks in the city.

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Norfolk says the survey is being conducted online until July 1, and is asking for feedback from residents — regardless of whether or not they own a dog.

The results of this study, which is funded by the Stanton Foundation, will be used to help in the design and construction of future dog parks. Norfolk has the second highest amount of dog parks per capita in the United States. Seattle has the most.

Norfolk says 22 participants of the survey will receive a $50 Amazon gift certificate.

You can take part in the survey at this link.