Phone: 503-823-PLAY (7529)
1120 SW Fifth Ave., Suite 1302, Portland, OR 97204
Daily play and socialization has big benefits for dog's health and wellness (photo courtesy Ken Nielsen)
Keep dogs on leash unless you're in a designated off-leash area, and always scoop poop
Portland offers 33 off-leash areas - the most per capita of any U.S. city - for dog recreation
About the Dog Off-Leash Program
Portland Park & Recreation’s 33 off-leash areas (OLAs) provide a wide variety of recreation options for dogs and their owners. Find an OLA in your neighborhood: Fenced | Unfenced
The Dog Off-Leash Program works to:
Provide OLAs that are healthy, fun places for dogs to play
Promote compliance with leash laws and scoop laws
Encourage responsible use of parks and OLAs
Connect owners with the resources they need to enjoy off-leash areas
Support volunteer and fundraising efforts
Connect with Us!
Reporting problems or conflicts helps keep parks and off-leash areas safe, healthy and fun.
Have a general comment or question? Call the Dog Information Line at 503-823-DOGS.
Altercations or leash and scoop law violations may be reported by calling the Park Rangers at 503-823-1637. If an injury or emergency situation is occurring, always call 9-1-1.
To report injuries to pets or people after an incident has occured, contact Multnomah County Animal Services at 503-988-PETS.
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