Dog Exclusion Areas in Sports Fields

Consultation has concluded.

Dogs on Sports FieldsThis consultation has concluded.  To view the report that went to the Council meeting of 5 June 2013, and the Minutes with the subsequent Council resolution, please go to the downloads in the Library .  If you would like to be informed of further developments on this issue, including further consultation that may take place, please Email or phone  Council's Recreation Development Officer.

Dog use on sportsgrounds is an issue which has been raised by sporting groups in the Blue Mountains at different times.  The option of considering dog exclusion areas in sportsgrounds is an action of Councils Companion Animals Management Plan, as adopted in 2010.  .  

  • The Survey has concluded on 28 April 2013.  An Summary of the survey can be vewed in the Library .  Please note that this summary is on overview only.  Further analyses on parameters in the data is required to obtain trends. 
  • Guestbook comments have also concluded.  The comments made however can be viewed in the Guestbook below.   
  • A summary of all issues raised through this initial stage of the consultation can be viewed in the Library . This includes issues raised through the surveys, guestbook and letters. 
  • Please read the FAQs and Background Information and associated documents in the Library
  • Email or phone Council's Recreation Development Officer.

Other phases to this consultation include a Steering Committee Workshop from community representatives, and a Public Exhibition of the outcomes.  Please read below for more details.

Dogs on Sports FieldsThis consultation has concluded.  To view the report that went to the Council meeting of 5 June 2013, and the Minutes with the subsequent Council resolution, please go to the downloads in the Library .  If you would like to be informed of further developments on this issue, including further consultation that may take place, please Email or phone  Council's Recreation Development Officer.

Dog use on sportsgrounds is an issue which has been raised by sporting groups in the Blue Mountains at different times.  The option of considering dog exclusion areas in sportsgrounds is an action of Councils Companion Animals Management Plan, as adopted in 2010.  .  

  • The Survey has concluded on 28 April 2013.  An Summary of the survey can be vewed in the Library .  Please note that this summary is on overview only.  Further analyses on parameters in the data is required to obtain trends. 
  • Guestbook comments have also concluded.  The comments made however can be viewed in the Guestbook below.   
  • A summary of all issues raised through this initial stage of the consultation can be viewed in the Library . This includes issues raised through the surveys, guestbook and letters. 
  • Please read the FAQs and Background Information and associated documents in the Library
  • Email or phone Council's Recreation Development Officer.

Other phases to this consultation include a Steering Committee Workshop from community representatives, and a Public Exhibition of the outcomes.  Please read below for more details.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Dog Free Areas in Sports Fields

    Could you please take approx 10 minutes to fill out the survey below. 

     Please note,

    • Only one survey can be filled out per user. 
    • Once you start your survey, you must complete it in the same session. 
    • You do not have to answer each question if you do not wish to.  
    • Your survey can not be viewed by anyone else using this web page.

    Good luck!

     

    Definitions

    Contact Sport:  A sport that necessarily involves physical contact between players as part of normal play, for example football.

    Non-Contact

    Could you please take approx 10 minutes to fill out the survey below. 

     Please note,

    • Only one survey can be filled out per user. 
    • Once you start your survey, you must complete it in the same session. 
    • You do not have to answer each question if you do not wish to.  
    • Your survey can not be viewed by anyone else using this web page.

    Good luck!

     

    Definitions

    Contact Sport:  A sport that necessarily involves physical contact between players as part of normal play, for example football.

    Non-Contact Sport:  A sport where participants are physically separated, or where making contact during the course of the game would commit an offense, for example athletics, tennis or soccer.

     Informal Recreation:  Recreation on a sportsground that does not involve formal sport, e.g kite flying, kicking a ball, picnicking, jogging, dog walking

    Compliant:  Meeting or in accordance with rules or standards.  Willing to obey or to agree to other people's wishes and demands

    Non Compliant:  Failure to follow an official rule or obey the law.  Someone who doesn’t conform to an accepted model or an accepted standard.

    Consultation has concluded.
  • Contact Council's Recreation Development Officer

    If you would like to,

    • Obtain further information,
    • Express interest for the steering committee (27 March), or
    • To forward your contact details to receive notice of exhibition of the draft or to be updated on the process

    please contact - Nathan Summers, Recreation Development Officer.

    Provide the details below to email Nathan or alternatively phone Nathan on 4780 5573.

    If you would like to,

    • Obtain further information,
    • Express interest for the steering committee (27 March), or
    • To forward your contact details to receive notice of exhibition of the draft or to be updated on the process

    please contact - Nathan Summers, Recreation Development Officer.

    Provide the details below to email Nathan or alternatively phone Nathan on 4780 5573.

    Consultation has concluded.