Needles, CA: Vandalism happening at the new Needles Dog Park at Duke Watkins Park.
Concerns regarding vandalism happening at the new Needles Dog Park at Duke Watkins Park in Needles, California were raised during Public Appearance at a Needles City Council Meeting held on Tuesday, January 28th, 2014 in Needles, California.
Vandals have been repeatedly attacked the new Needles Dog Park that hard working volunteers helped build as well as the inside the restrooms at Duke Watkins Park located off of J Street in Needles, California.
In spite of continued vandalism at the new Needles Dog Park and at Duke Watkins Park, the group of hard working volunteers continues donate their time and labor to make progress on getting the new Needles Dog Park build and ready for the community and their dogs.
The new Needles Dog Park is being built with all donated money, but the vandalism has made the project more expensive than originally planned.
Better lighting in the new Needles Dog Park and Duke Watkins Park area as well as more patrols from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department are bring asked by the community to help keep vandals away from the area.
In the last few months, the issue of vandalism has also become a problem in parts of the Needles, California area.
Tagging on a home’s garage along Lilly Hill Drive in Needles, California, the taking of piece of a statue in front of the Elks Lodge #1608 in Needles, California, and tagging on walls of businesses and even on a Route 66 moral along F Street near Front Street in Downtown Needles, California have become a problem that the community hopes that those who are committing the acts of vandalism are arrested and pay for the mess they have caused to the community.
Until those who are committing the acts of vandalism are found, the community should be on watch and report any vandalism to the authorities.
If you have any information regarding the vandalism around needles, California, please contact the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department’s Colorado River Station at: 1 (760) 326-9200.
If you would like to donate to the new Needles Dog Park or to find out how to volunteer, please contact Deanna at: 1 (760) 326-4952.
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