Dog Park in Chinatown Honolulu

Aala Dog Park
Aala Dog Park Chinatown, Hawaii 115 Comments
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Please help by showing your support for a dog park in Chinatown Honolulu! Positive and vibrant community spaces transform neighborhoods, both socially and economically. You do not have to be a dog owner to benefit.


Mission Statement

To establish a fully fenced, off-leash dog park in Honolulu's Chinatown district, where dogs can safely exercise and interact, without endangering or annoying people and property. To create a well-maintained community space, open to dog owners who are willing to uphold the park's rules.


Purpose

- To promote a sense of community and improved relations between Chinatown citizens.

- To more effectively utilize public park space while preserving greenery within the urban sprawl.

- To increase safety and prevent illegal activities from occurring in the vicinity.

- To provide a place for apartment owners to let their dogs run, interact and play freely in a contained environment.

- To take cars off the road and create more foot traffic (from neighboring areas such as Kakaako).

- To create incentive within the community to utilize and maintain shared spaces.





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