There are over 2,000 registered dogs in Billerica. Where do you go with your dog in Billerica? The Billerica Dog Park Committee wants to establish and maintain a Dog Park in the Town of Billerica for them to run, play, and socialize with other dogs. We support other pet friendly projects as well.
Where are we now...
In June, 2014 the Board of Selectmen and Billerica Dog Park finalized a Memorandum of Agreement, approving the park.
It will be at Vietnam Veterans Park.
Click here for the location on Google Maps
Click here for the site plan
All that is left is to raise the funds and build the park.
The Friends of the Billerica Dog Park Committee is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization. Donations and contributions are tax-deductible as allowed by law.
Mail a Check:
Friends of the Billerica Dog Park Committee
1 Vincent Street
Billerica, MA 01821
Join Us: Come to a meeting and lend a paw.
Be a part of it. Buy a Brick and Build a Park.
We invite you to support the Billerica Dog Park with a lasting engraved commemorative brick. These special bricks will be set in a place of honor at the new Dog Park.
The Dog Park will not be built with your tax dollars or town funds. All funds will come from the generous support of our community.
With your help, we are making the Billerica Dog Park a reality. All proceeds will go to building and maintaining the dog park for the enjoyment of our community and our canine friends. Your commemorative brick will be a lasting part of the new Dog Park, and is a great way to
* Recognize your pet.
* Commemorate a lost pet.Commemorative bricks also make a unique and lasting gift.
* Congratulate a graduate.
* Send a thank you.
Bricks are $50 or $75. Download your Bricks flyer.
Holiday Picture with Your Pet - December 6, 2014Thank you for coming to Pet Supplies Plus for your pet photo.
We raised $269 for the park.
Dine for the Dogs - November 5, 2014Thank you all for coming to the Ninety Nine restaurant for the Dine for the Dogs event.
We raised $359 for the park.
National Dog Day was celebrated August 26, 2014 at the future site of the Billerica Dog Park:
Video courtesy of Rick Dorrington