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The Cedar Lawn historical district is an exclusive residential neighborhood with restricted road access located in Galveston, Texas. Located just south of Broadway Avenue J., which is a main commercial corridor in Galveston, residents of Cedar Lawn can easily walk to access shops and services near their homes. 


Residents who like to walk their dogs daily in this Galveston neighborhood do not have to worry about cold temperatures scuttling their plans. Even in the coldest month of January, temperatures are well above freezing. There is a lot of rain in Galveston and precipitation occurs in every month of the year, so dog walkers should be prepared to stay dry. Summers in Galveston can become extremely hot at the height of the day with temperatures easily reaching into the high 80s. Hot pavement can burn a dog's paws so make sure you keep your furry friend on the soft grass or invest in doggy boots.

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Cedar Lawn is a planned and developed community that was established in 1927. It occupies .04 square miles with a population of 589. The terrain is flat and streets are laid out in a unique pattern of concentric circles. This neighborhood is gated and road access is provided to locals only, which makes the district private and exclusive with only local traffic accessing residential roads. 


The homes in the community are large, stately houses with historic architecture dating back to the early to mid 20th century. Landscaping in the area can only be described as park-like and huge, mature shade trees shelter residences and roadways. There are no sidewalks in the neighborhood and your neighbors may not appreciate your dog walking on their immaculately maintained lawns which means sharing the roadway with vehicles. Fortunately, there is not much traffic. Still, be sure to watch out for local vehicles and keep your dog on a leash.

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The Cedar Lawn District itself can be described as a greenway with lush green landscaping, beautiful historic homes, and restricted traffic. Residents with dogs may choose to stay in their own neighborhood and enjoy the scenery. But Galveston has many beaches and one with a paved pedestrian walkway above it can be accessed with a short drive to the south. Dogs are allowed on Galveston beaches provided they are on a leash. 

Nearby Alamo Park is located to the west and has athletic fields and sports facilities, a playground, trees, and open areas associated with the elementary school grounds. When not in use by sports teams, you can visit this park with your dog for a run. Just remember to keep your dog leashed.

Lasker Park is located to the south and this recreation park has a pool, track, and multiple facilities. The recreation center's grounds have sidewalks running around the park boundaries for local use.

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