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New Public Dog Park Opens At Webb Bridge Park

Released May 06, 2024 12:26 PM
On Sunday, May 5, the City of Alpharetta answered the over-asked question, who let the dogs out, as we officially opened the new Webb Bridge Dog Park.  The newest amenity in the Webb Bridge Park Complex, the dog park was made possible by a generous donation from the Mulroy Family Foundation and the vision of Tim and Michele Mulroy and their rescue Golden Retriever, Pebbles.

Located adjacent to the first parking lot upon entering the park and the lower soccer fields, Webb Bridge Dog Park features areas for large and small dogs, plenty of room for furry friends to frolic, and (of course) lots of trees.  The area offers a natural aesthetic and maintains a rustic charm with its hardwood mulch flooring.  Near the main entrance to the off-leash dog park, there is a large silhouette of a dog where owners can place memorial tags for dogs who have crossed over the rainbow bridge, serving as a way to share and preserve their memory.

The new Webb Bridge Dog Park joins the Waggy World Dog Park, which opened in Wills Park in 2006 and was renovated in 2018, to provide fun and safe places for Alpharetta’s dogs to find their fun and make new puppy pals. 

The Mulroy Family Foundation was founded in 2020 and is designed to give back to the local community by supporting worthy causes related to the environment, the sick, the young, and animals.