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Kenmore is a first ring suburb that lies between the city of Buffalo to the south and the Town of Tonawanda to the north. This quaint village provides a welcoming, relaxing environment for walking your dog. Once named one of the top ten neighborhoods in America, Kenmore continues to live up to that reputation with beautifully maintained homes, quiet, tree-lined streets, a neighborly community, and a clean, well-kept village. Although most of Kenmore is residential with major roads serving as the retail centers for the village, it provides plenty of walkable spaces and a few green areas as well.

The village lies near Buffalo, meaning it gets its fair share of lake-effect snow from Lake Erie during the winter. Heavy snow combined with bitterly cold temperatures can make walking a dog a challenge. Springtime brings warmer temperatures but is also cool and rainy. Summer and fall are ideal times to walk in Kenmore, although summer temperatures can rise quickly.

Terrain in Kenmore
BUILT ENVIRONMENT
All Artificial
Mostly Artificial
Good Balance
Mostly Natural
All Natural
Artificial
Balanced
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TOPOGRAPHIC RELIEF
Flat
Mostly Flat
Medium
Mostly Hilly
Hilly
Flat
Medium
Hilly
The terrain in Kenmore is mainly flat with well-laid out neighborhoods providing ample sidewalks to use. The surfaces are predominately concrete and pavement, so make sure they are not too hot for your dog to walk on during the warm and humid days of summer.


Delaware Avenue is the main retail center of Kenmore featuring local businesses, shops, and restaurants. Wide sidewalks are provided within this part of the village, offering ample walking room for residents and dog walkers. Benches are located along Delaware Avenue if you need a break from a walk or want to do some people-watching. If you're going to indulge your sweet tooth, check out Andersen's Frozen Custard on Sheridan Drive which offers outside patios that are dog-friendly.

Although this central stretch of Kenmore is well-marked, use caution when crossing the streets. Obey traffic signals and use the crosswalks for the safety of you and your pup.

Greenways in Kenmore
3 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in Tonawanda have an average of:
3 Greenways
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Due to its dense population, Kenmore only offers a few green spaces for community use. The first park is Mang Park, located on Mang and Wilber Avenues. This sizable park is a community staple with playgrounds, baseball diamonds, and a wading pool. It also has a lovely walking path, plenty of seating, and shade. It's a quiet spot to walk a dog and enjoy some nature. 


Over at the east end of the village is Crosby Village Park, a grassy area located next to Crosby Field, a local athletic park at Colvin Boulevard and Crosby Avenue. As a small park, Crosby Village Park nonetheless provides a short walking path amongst shady trees and a large grassy enclosure. The park abuts the Crosby track and field and, while it is available for community use, dogs are not allowed on its surface. In both parks, dogs must be kept on-leash and be under the handler's control at all times.

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