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Welcome to Tremont!  This neighborhood is located in the West Bronx in New York City and was actually formed by the US Postmaster after combining the three neighboring area of Mount Eden, Mount Hope, and Fairmount.  

When taking your pup for a walk, be sure they are on a leash and are under your control the whole time. This is important due to the traffic on the city streets nearby; we want your best bud to be safe and not get hit by any passing cars. Be sure to take plenty of doggy waste bags with you while you walk and clean up after any messes your dog may leave behind. Tremont welcomes you and hopes you have a great day exploring the city together with your furry friends!

Terrain in Tremont
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The terrain in Tremont is elevated and consists of many hills. There are stair streets connecting the multi-level streets of the area. The neighborhood is home to many 5 and 6-story apartment buildings, townhomes, and houses as well as many public schools and one parochial school, St. Margaret Mary School. You will also find several small businesses and Tremont Park. Tremont itself measures less than one square mile. Most commuters use buses to make their way in, around and out of the city. The sidewalks are paved concrete and the city streets are black asphalt. These areas are surrounded by many green spaces where you and your dog can sit, play or simply breathe, like Tremont Park.
Greenways in Tremont
Neighborhoods in New York have an average of:
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Tremont Park is a lovely area where you and your leashed dog can enjoy the day together. The park was once known as Old Borough Hall Park because Burrough Hall (Tremont’s then city hall) was located inside the park. After a new city hall was erected in 1935 near Yankee Stadium,  Borough Hall was demolished in 1969. 

While inside the park. You must go visit Victory Park, a gorgeous Garden created after World War I.  It has paths and a massive round fountain at its apex. There is a pond and many different varieties of trees, flowers, and shrubbery. The park received a very generous grant in 1995 and checker and chess game tables were added, spray showers, a basketball court, a baseball diamond and several more trees throughout the park. Come and enjoy a perfect day with your dog at Tremont Park! 

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