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The Leash Free Zones are dedicated spaces for our furry friends to have endless fun throughout Mesquite. It is the perfect place to spend time with your furry friends! The park is self-regulated and rules are posted to provide guidance for patrons to follow. Owners are reminded they are responsible for the actions of their pets. 

The Leash Free Zone is comprised of two separate areas:

  • Small dog area for dogs weighing less than 30 pounds

  • Large dog area for dogs of all sizes

There are currently three Leash Free Zones in Mesquite.

Town East Leash Free Zone

Town East Park, 2724 N. Town East Blvd. 


  • .5 acres

  • Lighted

  • Gated concrete entry

  • Shade structures

  • Fire hydrant misting stations

Alcott Leash Free Zone

Alcott Park, 2750 E. Scyene Rd.


  • 4,000 sq. ft.

Copeland Leash Free Zone

Copeland Park, 2250 Creek Crossing Rd.


  • 2.5 acres

  • Restrooms

  • Dog Wash Stations

  • Shaded Pavilion

· Use the Leash Free Zone at your own risk. Owners are legally responsible for the actions and behaviors of their dogs at all times.

· Dog waste must be cleaned up IMMEDIATELY by the dog’s owner. 

· Pet treats and food are not allowed inside the dog area. 

· Owners must be within the dog area and supervising their

  dogs at all time with a leash readily available. 

· Limit three dogs per owner.

· Dog handlers must be at least 16 years of age.

· All children under 16 years of age must be accompanied by   an adult. 

· Only dogs and owners.

· Dogs must remain leashed when entering or exiting the dog
· No aggressive dogs allowed. Aggressive dogs should be
  leashed and 
  removed immediately. 
· Dogs in heat and puppies under 4 months of age are not
· All dogs must wear a collar with a current rabies tag and
· Excessive barking is not allowed. Dogs should be under
  voice control by their owner. 
· Owners should fill any holes their dog digs. 
Human & Dog Food / Treats
Puppies Under 4 Months Old
Dogs in Heat
Sick Dogs
Aggressive Dogs
Glass Containers
Organized Events
Dog Training Classes
People without Dogs
Emergencies - Call 911
Violations / Damages - 972-216-6260
Report a Bite - Animal Services - 972-216-6283