Joby’s Run – Upper Noe Dog Play Area
The Upper Noe Dog Play Area (DPA) was dedicated as Joby’s Run in 2008 following extensive renovation that improved access, added trees and plantings, and upgraded the surface material for better drainage.
The FoNVRC Dog Run Subcommittee is responsible for frequent inspection of Joby’s Run, noting conditions and community input, reporting to Rec & Park and FoNVRC, and interfacing with Friends of Upper Noe Dog Owners Group (FUNDOG) which has direct stewardship responsibility for care of this DPA.
Chris Faust leads this group on the Stewardship Committee: “I have been an advocate for the DPA, currently co chair FUNDOG, serve as Neighborhood Watch block captain for the 200 block of 30th Street, and work with the Dept. Public Works Graffiti Watch program. We have a great neighborhood and nice neighbors. The Rec Center provides a place where we can come together, get to know one another and build community. My goals are to ensure a clean and safe environment where people want to spend time, to enhance the experience with improvements for people and dogs, and to promote communication between neighbors.”
Please email email@example.com if you have questions or concerns about the dog run, or call 311 to report problems with conditions or behavior.