The city of Keller reopened K-9 Pointe Dog Park after renovations

The dog park closed in February to allow the city's Parks and Recreation Department to regrow grass, fix uneven terrain and improve damaged areas, according to a city social media post. At the time, the estimated closure was to be between six to 12 weeks.

The park, which opened in 2016, offers a variety of options for dogs and dog owners. That includes:
  • Separate areas for large and small dogs
  • A shade pavilion
  • Seating
  • Water fountains
  • A variety of agility equipment
The city has also reinstated a policy that the park will close during and after inclement weather so the ground can dry out. Closures and reopening will be announced on social media, according to a news release.