CBJ Dog Regulations
dog regulations for sport fields and for parks
start to take effect in March of each year.
The Summer regulations for sport fields take effect
The Summer regulations for Sandy Beach and the Rain
Forest Trail take effect May 1.
The regulations establish specific area and seasonal
requirements for on-leash, leash-optional, and no-dog
areas. Signs at each location describe the
regulations that are in effect in each area. The
regulations for Sandy Beach are complicated because
parts of the beach in front of the picnic shelters are
on-leash until you reach the stream.
However, you must pay attention to the posted signs
because the message on the signs determines what
regulations are in effect at that location.
Regulations -- begin to take effect during September.
Fall-Winter dog regulations for Juneau parks, recreation
areas, and trails take effect September 30.
From September 30 till May 1, the beach area in
front of the picnic shelters at Sandy Beach is
an on-leash or competent voice control area.
The area around the picnic shelters and the
surrounding playground are on-leash year round.
Rainforest Trail - From September
30 till May 1, the Rain Forest Trail is an on-leash
or competent voice control trail.
Sports Fields - From October
16 - March 14, all fenced park sports fields are off
leash areas for exercise and dog training purposes
with the exception of all artificial fields.
Fields are open during park hours Sunday through
Saturday with the exception of school hours.
Fields are closed to use during the school day.
Signs are posted at each site with rules regarding
that area's usage.
Dogs Of Juneau reminds dog owners to read the signs that
are posted at CBJ parks and sport fields for up-to-date
information on the regulations that are in effect.
Click here to view the regulations. If you
have questions about the rules for dogs in your favorite
CBJ park or recreation area, contact the CBJ Parks and
Airport Dike Trail is a competent voice control
trail. At its November 8, 2010 meeting, the CBJ
Assembly adopted an ordinance that would allow dogs on the
Airport Dike Trail to be under competent voice control.
The ordinance was adopted unanimously by the CBJ Assembly and
took effect on December 8, 2010.
Dogs that do not promptly respond to voice commands or that are
not under control must still be on leash when using the Airport
Dike Trail. The Grateful Dogs have actively encouraged, promoted,
and supported competent voice control for the Dike Trail for the
CBJ Regulations regarding Dangerous and Potentially Dangerous Dogs -- Click here
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