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CONSTRUCTION NOTICE: THE OFF-LEASH ADA ACCESS ROAD AT WILLIS TUCKER PARK WILL BE CLOSED TO VEHICLES ONLY ON THURSDAY, JULY 23, 2015 7AM TO 5PM. PEDESTRIANS AND LEASHED DOGS MAY STILL USE THIS ROUTE DURING THE VEHICLE ONLY CLOSURE.
However, at Thomas' Eddy and Spencer Island, there is a lot of wildlife that we like to keep safe. So, please do not bring your dogs to either of these wildlife viewing areas.
Leash-Required Parks At all other parks, dogs must be kept on a leash and you are also required to clean up after your dogs. These rules are enforced by our rangers.
Vehicles using the ADA parking lot at Willis Tucker Park must display a disability placard. To receive the ADA gate access code, please submit a completed access application form to the park office at Willis Tucker Park or complete the online application.
Currently, water is not available at any Snohomish County off-leash dog areas. Water is proposed at Willis Tucker in 2016. Please bring your own water and water bowl for animal companions. Diseases can be spread by use of shared water bowls.
Snohomish County Parks asks that all dog off-leash area visitors be aware of the importance of having a healthy pet and recommend all pet owners consult with their vet to make sure their animal is healthy enough for dog off leash areas. Please remember to clean up after your pet and to dispose of waste properly.