Pop-up Dog Park

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Pop-Up Dog Park to reopen Fri, Dec. 20!

Good news – the Pop-Up Dog Park at City Hall is returning soon!  We closed the park earlier this month due to an unverified case of Giardia, a very common parasite in the region and especially during the wet months of the year. After consulting with local vets and other dog parks, our team is planning to scrub down surfaces and reopen the dog park on Friday, Dec. 20.

Giardia is present everywhere in the region this time of year, and can be found in food, water or surfaces that have been contaminated with the feces of other infected animals. Infection occurs when accidentally ingesting the parasite. Protect your pups from this bug by wiping their feet down post-visit with a damp towel or baby wipes, and avoiding drinking from untreated water sources. If you have any concerns, contact your dog’s veterinarian.

About the Pop-Up Dog Park

The City of Bothell is excited to debut its second Pop-up Dog Park, as part of an ongoing "pop-up" series, located at Bothell City Hall from November 6, 2019 through February 2, 2020 (or as conditions allow).

This project is in response to growing demand for accessible, safe, and clean spaces for pets and their owners to get exercise and socialize with others. We received feedback about the need and desire for dog-friendly amenities and parks in Bothell during the Parks, Recreation, and Open Space (PROS) process, and during the first Pop-up Dog Park at Park at Bothell Landing. That feedback is being taken to Council in fall 2019 for consideration.


The fenced Pop-up Dog Park is located at Bothell City Hall. There are two separate spaces: one for large dogs (over 25 lbs.) on the south lawn along NE 183rd St, and one for small dogs (under 25 lbs.) on the west lawn along Bothell Way NE.

Get Directions to Bothell City Hall, 18415 101st Ave NE, Bothell, WA 98011 


November 6, 2019 - February 2, 2020 (or as conditions allow)

Dawn to Dusk


Free public parking is available in the garage at Bothell City Hall. Street parking is also available on all sides of Bothell City Hall. 


Be on the lookout for giveaways and resources at our partner booths throughout the pop-up.


Become a Partner: Faced with limited resources, the City is seeking partners to make this project possible. For more information, check out the Pop-up Dog Park Series Partner Opportunities guide.

Thank you to the following for making this series possible:

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Off-Leash Dog Park Rules

  1. Use the Dog Park at your own risk. 

  1. All dogs must be licensed, current with all shots, healthy and wearing a collar and identification at all times. Proof of current vaccinations is required upon request of a police or animal control officer. 

  1. Aggressive behavior is not allowed.  

  1. All dogs must be leashed when entering and exiting the dog park.  

  1. Owners must remain in the park with their dogs at all times. Leaving dogs unattended is prohibited.   

  1. Off-leash does not mean out of control – owners must maintain voice control at all times. 

  1. Owners must clean up dog waste immediately. Failure to do so may result in a $250 fine (BMC 6.16.011). Trash cans are located throughout the park to dispose of your dog’s waste.    

  1. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult and supervised at all times.  

  1. Dog toys such as balls and frisbees are acceptable. Bringing toys into Dog Park is done at owners’ risk.  Please bring the toys home with you and do not leave them in the park. 

  1. In the event of an emergency, please call 911. To report unattended dogs, call Bothell Police Animal Control at 425-486-1254.  

  1. The following are prohibited: Human and dog food, glass containers, dogs in heat, sick dogs, puppies under 4 months of age, choke/spike/prong/pinch collars.