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Feedback wanted on plans for park in Edgewood, upgrades to Ma & Pa Dog Park

A new county park in Edgewood and improvements to the Ma & Pa Dog Park in Bel Air are in the works, and Harford County Parks and Recreation is looking for the public’s input on the plans.

The new Nuttal Avenue Park in Edgewood is being planned for about 5.5 acres on former military housing property that is bordered by the Harford Commons community, Nuttal Avenue and McCann and Goddard streets. Plans for the passive park include a gazebo, walking trail, playground area, open space and on-street parking, according to the county.

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Plans also call for a new traffic pattern, including making Goddard Street one way to improve traffic flow.

Public feedback is also being sought for proposed improvements to the Ma & Pa Dog Park off Tollgate Road. New surfacing, dog agility and play equipment, improved site drainage and better access to play areas are among the upgrades being planned, according to the county.

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Suggestions and comments for both projects should be submitted by Jan. 29 to pr@harfordcountymd.gov, with the subject line Nuttal Avenue Park or Ma & Pa Dog park.

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