Dog Park at Bicentennial Park
Welcome to the New Dog Park located in Bicentennial Park (Seven Mile and Wayne Road)
Livonia residents with licensed dogs will be able to access the park for a $30 annual fee for the first dog and $10 for each additional dog. There is a maximum of three dogs per household. Please note that fees must be paid by cash or check only. Checks must be made payable to the City of Livonia.
The dog park features waste stations, a doggie drinking fountain (available April-Sept.), benches, agility stations, areas designated for small and large dogs, as well as an open area to allow for rotation.
How to Access the Dog Park
To gain access to the Dog Park, complete the application and take it to the City Clerk (located at City Hall). Please review the check list prior to going to City Hall to make you have all of the necessary documentation.
Before your first trip to the Bicentennial Dog Park, we ask that you review the rules and regulations to make sure we are being safe and courteous to our fellow dogs and their owners.
If for any reason, you experience a problem at the Bicentennial Dog Park, please follow our complaint process.
We hope you enjoy the Dog Park at Bicentennial Park!
Rules and Regulations