Momilani Dog Park moves a step closer to becoming a reality in our community

Jul 7, 2014 | PC Community


Construction for the new Pearl City Foundation Momilani Dog Park at the Momilani Community Center moved another step closer to becoming a reality for dog lovers in Pearl City on Saturday, July, 5 as volunteers installed fence posts around the perimeter of the dog park. The actual fence and gates will be installed by volunteers within the next two weeks.

The newly appointed all volunteer Momilani Dog Park Board of Directors, made up of Pearl City residents and dog lovers is in the planning process of establishing Dog Park rules and regulations as well as planning the dog park grand opening and future pet clinics and other activities.

A special mahalo to our community volunteers who are working hard to make the Momilani Dog Park a success and a future gathering place for our Pearl City residents and visitors from neighboring communities to mingle and enjoy with their pets.

Photo by Barry Villamil | [email protected]

Future entrance to the Momilani Dog Park on Komo Mai Drive near the intersection

of Komo Mai Drive and Hoomoana Street. Small dogs to the left, big dogs to the right.

Photo by Barry Villamil | [email protected] 

A view of the Momilani Dog Park grounds looking mauka towards the intersection of Hoomoana Street and

Mai Drive. Community volunteers will work on the dog park landscaping and installation of dog park benches

that were recently built by the Boy Scouts from Troop 75 in Pearl City. Troop 75 volunteers also helped dig

the fence post holes as well as prepared and poured concrete pads for the water stations and rest areas.