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The Park District’s newest dog park opened in September of 2014 as part of the Stuart Sports Complex expansion and features 15 spacious acres for fun-loving dogs to run and roam (see map link below). Separate areas are offered for large and small dogs, and a 30-vehicle parking lot provides convenience for all.

Hours

Open Year-Round
Sunrise to one hour past sunset.

Dog Park Tags

Tags are $25 for residents and $50 for non-residents.

It’s easy and convenient for dog owners to obtain the required dog tags for 2017. The Park District is accepting applications online, by mail, or in person. Your dog tag will arrive at your home via mail in a matter of days!

Download a Dog Park Permit Application (PDF)

Register online

Purchase Dog Tag

Register by mail

Download a Dog Park Permit Application (PDF) and mail payment to the address below.

Register in person

Cole Administration Center, 101 W. Illinois Ave., Aurora, IL (Directions)
Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.

IMPORTANT: Whether applying online, by mail or in person, dog owners must provide either a county-issued rabies tag or a rabies certificate from a registered veterinarian showing the expiration date. A dog tag will not be issued without up-to-date rabies information.

Dog Park Guidelines

  • Dog owners are solely responsible for the actions of their dogs.
  • All dogs must be registered with the Park District and wear a valid tag. Tags are available here.
  • Dogs must be inoculated, healthy and wear a current rabies tag issued by a County Government.
  • All dogs shall be removed from the park at the first sign of aggressive behavior.
  • Owners must pick up after their dogs.
  • Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult while in the dog park.
  • Only 2 dogs per person are allowed per visit.
  • Owners should refill holes dug by their dog.
  • Female dogs in heat are not allowed in the park.
  • Keep the gates closed at all times.
  • Absolutely no food, treats, or, chews/toys are allowed at any time.
  • Absolutely no tobacco products.
  • Park hours are dawn to dusk.
  • No commercial use of the dog park is allowed at any time.
  • The Fox Valley Park District reserves the right to close facilities at any time or remove any person(s) or dog(s) for any reason.
  • Children should not pet dogs unless permission is granted from the owner.

Violators of the above rules will be subject to removal from the park and suspension of park privileges.

For emergencies and after-hour incidents, call the Fox Valley Park District Police at 630-450-7024

Fox Valley Park District Rules & Regulations (PDF)

Fox Valley Park District Park Police & Public Safety