Regular rules prohibiting dogs at two regional parks in the District of Lake Country are back in place.
The Regional District of Central Okanagan says the off-season dog access pilot projects have ended in Kaloya and Kopje regional parks.
The projects temporarily allowed dogs off-leash in Kopje Regional Park and on-leash on trails within Kaloya Regional Park during the slower winter months from Oct. 1 through March 31.
During that time, dogs were not allowed on the beach area of either park.
The RDCO Parks staff plans to review the projects and consider possible future options.
Residents are reminded that all dogs in the Central Okanagan must be licensed, and responsible dog owners ensure they always have control of their dog, even if by voice command when in a designated off-leash area.
Any issues about dog behaviour should be reported to RDCO Dog Control at 250-469-6284.
An online map with dog access information for the more than 200 parks across the Central Okanagan can be found on their website.