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Permitted dog fobs are set to deactivate on the dog permit anniversary date or based on vaccination expiration, whichever occurs first. If your fob is not working, one or more of your vaccination records have likely expired. If your vaccination records are current, it may be time to renew your permit.
New vaccine records can be uploaded to your dog park permit application on the Opengov registration site.
If your membership has expired, please visit MyRec, create an account and purchase a new membership via this site.
If you have trouble uploading your documents, please contact Bonnie Black for further assistance. Once records are received, your fob will be reactivated to your next vaccine expiration or permit anniversary, whichever is first. Dog park registration support is available Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., except on holidays.
Upon registration, DAPP or DHPP combination (distemper, hepatitis/adenovirus, parvovirus and parainfluenza), Bordetella and Rabies vaccinations are required along with a negative stool sample.
New dogs can be registered within your dog park permit application online. You can upload vaccine records and a photo similar to your original registration. Once payment is received, we will mail a dog tag for your new family member can begin enjoying the park.
Dogs must be at least 4 months old, current on vaccinations and without parasites to be approved.
Children ages 7 and under are not allowed. Children ages 8 - 15 must be accompanied by an adult permit holder.
To report maintenance repairs, contact Zionsville Parks & Recreation at 317-733-2273. To report an emergency or incident call 317-873-5967 or 911.