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How do I support Citizens for Off-Leash Areas (COLA)?

Just head over to our donation page! Donations are the best way to support COLA’s efforts to bring more dog-friendly experiences to Seattle.

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How is the Magnuson Off-Leash Group (MOLG) different from COLA?

A group of users created the Magnsuon Off-Leash Group (MOLG) to concentrate their efforts on creating a permanent off-leash areas with water access at Magnuson Park. The off-leash area at [...]

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How do I start a new off-leash area in my neighborhood?

COLA has a committee specifically created to help communities with the process of creating new off-leash areas. If you are interested in working with this committee, or have an idea for a good [...]

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Are there any new off-leash areas being proposed?

Yes! There is a very active campaign to open off leash areas in many neighborhoods. Please refer to the News section of the website for up-to-date information on all these projects.

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Is it the Parks Department or COLA who is responsible for making improvements to the off-leash areas?

The Parks Department is responsible for providing routine maintenance to the off-leash areas. COLA acts as the officially-recognized steward group to the Parks Department, which means COLA meets [...]

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How do we get more off-leash areas in Seattle?

COLA has worked with the city for nearly 20 years on this exact issue. The best option is to join our organization and rally our troops to lobby for the site you think would work. We are experts [...]

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Where can I run my dog off-leash in Seattle?

We have fourteen Off-Leash Areas (OLAs) in Seattle, thirteen of which are run by COLA, in partnership with Seattle Parks and Recreation. Check them out here: OLAs.

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How do I report an incident in a Seattle OLA?

If you or your pet have been victims of aggressive behavior displayed by another animal, call the Seattle Animal Shelter immediately at (206) 386-7387 (press 7). When calling to report an [...]