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What parks am I allowed to bring my dog to?
Out of respect for your neighbors, all dogs are prohibited at all times in any public parks, playground or on school property.

You should also be aware that...
It is unlawful for a dog to be at large in the Village. Dogs must be restrained by a leash or chain. Dogs are prohibited at all times in any public park, playground or on school property.  The Village has a pooper-scooper law that requires owners to clean up all dog feces and dispose of them in an air tight container. All dogs must be licensed by the Village in accordance with the N.Y.S. Agricultural and Marketing Law; license applications are available at the Village Office.

Any person who observes a dog in violation of the code may call the Dog Control Officer at 271-3775, or, after business hours, the Croton Police Department on the non-emergency line, 271-5177.