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ATTENTION FREEDOM BARK-ERS:
Yesterday (05/15) Fire Hydrant Field, Allen School and the fields behind the skate park were sprayed with fertilizer and weed control. Last night we were informed that the soccer fields and area surrounding the Gil St. entrance will be sprayed this morning (05/16). There is also construction going on that has closed the roads leading to Gil St.
Due to this, we will be closing off the Gil St. and Frog Pond Entrances until further notice. If you do visit the park this weekend, please enter through the gate at Blue Squirrel Field and know that the Blue Squirrel Field and the Yellow Dog House Field have not and will not be sprayed. Here's a map for reference, the red X's mark where fertilizer/weed control have been applied and the areas circled in green are open and safe for use.
For Medford Township's Updated Rules
regarding COVID-19 (as of 05/01/2020)
2019 YEAR IN REVIEW
2019 was a busy year for Freedom Barks, Inc. Because of our field sponsors: Village Veterinary Hospital, Scafidi, Cranston & Associates, and Champs Dog House; the generosity of our donors; and support from Ott's Tavern and P.J. Whelihan's Pub. We held two successful PUP Days where we were able to maintain the beauty of the dog park by painting the agility equipment and bridges, filling holes, and planting spring bulbs. Your support also allowed us to secure routine trash collection in the dog park, refurbish our field signs, and post color coded trail markers and coordinating park maps. We thank you for your ongoing support and look forward to a great 2020.