Where do I send my Registration form and Vet papers?
Mail form and check to the following address:
Evansville Dog Owners Group
P.O. Box 4092
Evansville, IN 47724
Do you have to be a Vanderburgh County resident to join?
No, Vanderburgh county residents and all surrounding counties are welcome to join the park.
How long will it take to get the key code to start using the park?
Please allow 7-10 days to receive your welcome email to the park. We are all volunteers!
How will I access the dog park?
When your paperwork and payment is received you will receive a welcome email with the current code to the park.
How old must children be to enter the park?
It is EDOGs rule that children be ten (10) years of age or older to be inside the fences at the dog park. Children under 16 are not allowed in the Dog Park without adult supervision. Our agreement with the city absolutely refuses entry for children that are six (6) and younger. Members may lose privileges to the park if this rule is violated.
What is the administration fee?
The admin fee of $10 for your first year membership is to cover the cost of tags, membership cards and postage for the delivery of these items to your mailing address.
How do I get a dog license from City of Evansville?
A city license can be purchased at the Evansville Animal Care & Control office at 815 Uhlhorn St.

Contact them directly for fees and application

Evansville-Vanderburgh Animal Care & Control Shelter,

815 Uhlhorn Street.


Does a dog have to be spayed or neutered to join the park?
Dogs do not have to be spayed or neutered to join the park but dogs in heat shall not be permitted in the park.
What are the fees to join the dog park?
The first year the fee is $40. ($30 is membership and $10 is a one time per dog administration fee)
How old does my dog need to be to join the park?
Dogs must be 4+ months to join (12+ weeks). This is so that all vaccinations will be completed until the yearly exam.

Member FAQ

Why can't I bring friends with dogs to check out the park?
For the safety of our dogs, it is important that the dogs that visit the park are up to date on their vaccinations and that we have record of the members that are utilizing the park. The membership fees are important to maintaining the park and keeping us in regulations with the city agreement. Remembers members who let non-members in the park leave themselves open to the liability that can result from an accident.
How do I handle seeing another member break a rule of the park?

Peer pressure goes far in enforcing rules.  It is perfectly appropriate to remind another member to pick up after his or her dog, or to politely point out any rule that is being broken.  Please remember to follow the golden rule: Treat others how you want to be treated.  If a problem is re-occuring, please complete an incident report and delivery it to a board member, to a board meeting or mail to PO Box 4092 Evansville, IN 47724.

When should I complete an Incident report?
Members should complete an incident report in the event of an accident, bodily injury, property damage. You may find a form in the box outside the date or on the website under incident report. Delivery it to a board member, to a board meeting or mail to PO Box 4092 Evansville, IN 47724.