The Regrade Dog Park is in the Belltown neighborhood of Seattle, Washington. It is one-third of an acre with space that has been designated as an off-leash area for exercising dogs. Vehicle parking is available on the streets of the neighborhood. This dog park is fully enclosed on three sides by high chain-link fencing and on the fourth by a tall brick wall. The wall has been decorated with an attractive canine-themed graffiti-style mural.
Owners wishing to use the facility are advised to keep their dogs securely leashed until properly inside the gated staging area as the dog park is surrounded by busy roads. The off-leash area is surfaced with paving, bark chippings, and gravel. Owners should be aware that the gravel can cause soreness to paws with soft pads. There are several pieces of agility equipment as well as fallen tree trunks and walls for dog entertainment. There are some trees inside the perimeter fencing which offer a good level of shade.
All dogs wishing to make use of the off-leash facility must be correctly licensed with the Seattle authorities and have their vaccinations up to date. Dogs should not be left alone in the dog park. Any dog displaying anti-social or dangerous behavior should be removed from the park. Dogs which show aggressive tendencies must be muzzled. It is not permitted to take food or drink of any kind into the off-leash area. There is a water fountain installed and a hose.
Poop bag dispensers are installed in the park, but owners should carry an extra supply in case of stock depletion. Owners are obliged to pick up all poop produced by their dogs and deposit used bags in the containers provided. Not complying with this regulation can lead to a citation and a fine of $50. There are a few chairs for pet owners but no other amenities on site.