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Happy Tails Dog Park To Close Temporarily Beginning March 24

March 15, 2014

Prepare your canine companions now! Lee’s Summit Parks & Recreation’s Happy Tails Dog Park will be CLOSED temporarily beginning March 24 for maintenance.

The goal is to have the park open by April 18, 2014.

Lee’s Summit Parks & Recreation appreciates the patronage of Happy Tails Park as well as patience as they work to repair the turf and grounds for you & your pooch. Questions or comments may be directed to 816.969.1500 or lspr@cityofls.net.



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