“Sirius” Dog Park

Dog owners and their four legged companions no longer have to search for a place to go. The dog park, scenically located next ot the Bayonne Bridge in Dennis P. Collins Park, is named in honor of a four-year old Yellow Labrador, “Sirius”, a bomb detecting police dog with the Port Authority who was killed on September 11, 2001.

Park Amenities:

  • 100 x 75 feet of double gated enclosure
  • Walk-in area
  • Water fountain (human and canine)
  • Plastic bag dispenser (bring your own)
  • Four benches
  • Replica fire hydrants and shaded areas
  • Exercise ramps

Park Rules:

  • No food allowed for dogs or people
  • Dogs must wear current license tags at all times
  • Owners must carry leash for each
  • Maximum of two dogs per owner
  • Dog owners must clean up after their dogs – bring plastic bags
  • Dogs which repeatedly bark or show aggression should be leashed and removed from area
  • Dogs must be under control at all times, leashed and unleashed
  • Dogs must be leashed entering and exiting exercise area
  • Dog owners are encouraged not to bring dogs in “heat” into exercise area

Anyone with questions or comments regarding the dog park are encouraged to call the Department of Public Works, Parks, and Recreation at (201) 858-6070.