People and pets in public spaces

The City of Stonnington is committed to providing quality public spaces that everyone can safely enjoy.

We have great parks, reserves and public spaces shared that are shared by people and pets. Earlier this year, we introduced changes restricting the number of dogs that any one person can walk to four dogs at a time in Stonnington public spaces.

These changes have generated community interest so we’re conducting additional consultation to gain a clear picture of our community’s views.

We want to hear from anyone who uses our parks, reserves and public spaces about what they think about this change and how people and our pets can best share these spaces.

You are invited to share your insights in a short online survey. Following the community consultation period, findings will be reported back to Council and all participants will be advised of the outcome in early 2020.

The survey closes Wednesday 13 November, see our frequently asked questions on this page for more information.

The City of Stonnington is committed to providing quality public spaces that everyone can safely enjoy.

We have great parks, reserves and public spaces shared that are shared by people and pets. Earlier this year, we introduced changes restricting the number of dogs that any one person can walk to four dogs at a time in Stonnington public spaces.

These changes have generated community interest so we’re conducting additional consultation to gain a clear picture of our community’s views.

We want to hear from anyone who uses our parks, reserves and public spaces about what they think about this change and how people and our pets can best share these spaces.

You are invited to share your insights in a short online survey. Following the community consultation period, findings will be reported back to Council and all participants will be advised of the outcome in early 2020.

The survey closes Wednesday 13 November, see our frequently asked questions on this page for more information.