The Haverford Reserve Dog Park (HRDP) was dedicated in November of 2010 to the delight of many fur-kids and their owners in Haverford Township. Since that time, we have been very busy making improvements and planning for the future. Our Commissioners have been engaged with the fundraising group, now the Executive Committee, and have been amazed at the group's determination and hard work. We plan several clean up days each year to help keep HRDP clean and safe for all.
Pictured from left to right, Steve D'Emilio, 1st Ward Commissioner, Mario Oliva, 2nd Ward Commissioner, Major Parkley, HRDP Mascot and Nicole MacLean, HRDP Pawsident at the ribbon cutting ceremony for the pet water fountains.
Major Parkley, our HRDP mascot, debuted in Spring of 2013. He attends many of our events and can be seen around town doing community service projects and making friends. We also support the local Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts and have several Scouts who are working on projects for HRDP in order to earn their Eagle Scout or Silver Award. These are very high achievements for the Scouts.