Welcome to the
Raymond F. Jones Memorial Dog Park
A Safe Place to Play in Tiverton, RI
The Raymond F. Jones Memorial Dog Park provides a clean, safe and secure place for large and small canine friends and their humans to exercise and socialize. Its location, adjacent to our town’s library, recreation area, and Sandywoods, aims to enhance opportunities for all residents of Tiverton and our region, to meet and enjoy our town. The park is named in honor of the late Raymond F. Jones, Tiverton’s longtime animal control officer and friend of all animals.
Thank you, Tiverton, for coming to our Lolla Paw-Rooza Community Celebration on September 24 at the dog park! Special thanks to our Fundraising Chair, Mel Quinlan, who was leader of the pack in planning a fantastic day!
Our committee's focus is now on exploring options for bringing water to the park area, and limited hours of lighting in the early evening during fall, winter, and early spring months. These are two items that spring up regularly in the park feedback forms that we receive from you!
We're also working with the town council, DPW, and the building dept. to enhance handicap- accessible parking.
Check out our committee meeting agendas and minutes for more information, or stop by our next meeting!
*Have comments or suggestions? Click the feedback button on the top right of this page!
The history of the R.F. Jones Memorial Dog Park.
Pictured left to right - Mr. Ray Jones, son
Lt. Michael Jones, and son Chief Patrick Jones
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