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Titusville, PA

Location of proposed dog park:

526 Allen St
Titusville, PA 16354

About this community:

Titusville, PA, is known as “The Birthplace of the Oil Industry.” In 1859, Edwin Drake drilled a well and struck oil. A small historic city with a population of 5,200, Titusville is 100 miles north of Pittsburgh, PA. Today, Titusville attracts many visitors who come to explore the history of the Drake Well Museum, the Oil Creek and Titusville Railroad, fishing on Oil Creek and the many miles of Oil Creek bike and hiking trails.

Why this community deserves a Bark for Your Park™ grant:

Imagine taking a walk with your beloved dog and realizing they still have a lot of energy. Why not take them to a dog park where they can be unleashed and run free? This is exactly what Titusville, PA, would love to offer their citizens and visitors. Regionally, there are no dog parks available for owners to let their dogs play. This would not only attract more dog lovers to the trail, but it will allow those utilizing the Ed Myer Complex to take their dogs along with them. The citizens of Titusville and the surrounding community will be thrilled to hear about this opportunity because it has been a topic of interest for years. Titusville has support from a local pet store, private donors and local officials. Developing a new dog park would be an asset to this historic city and make those beloved dog owners’ dreams come true.

How this community would use a Bark for Your Park™ grant:

Titusville, PA, will build the dog park within their Ed Myer Complex. This Complex is the home of the Titusville High School Baseball and Softball fields and High School Track and Field. It also consists of soccer fields and a BMX track that draws thousands throughout the summer for races and events. Movies in the Park, pickle ball courts and the Oil Creek Bike Trail are some other amenities that are offered at the Complex. The plan consists of creating two separate enclosures; one would host large dogs, and the second would be for smaller dogs. The available equipment would include but is not limited to dog waste stations, a fountain with pet bowl, and benches for the owners. Each area would also offer different obstacles and agility equipment for the dogs, such as adjustable jump bars, hurdles, flexible weave posts, barrels, and other equipment per the public’s suggestions.

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