New Water Fountain with Dog Drinking Fountain and Water Bottle Filler Installed at Caroline Ave ParKRead Now
Joe Erland Field is where many of us pass by while enjoying the Village of Port Jefferson. The park just got a lot cooler with the installation of a new water fountain. Not only does it have your usual drinking fountain, but it also features a water bottle filler and, wait for it, a drinking fountain for dogs. Yes, you read that right. We're catering to our four-legged friends, too.
The fountain, located at the east end of Caroline Ave Park, next to the Barnum parking lot, is a convenient place for a refreshing water fountain. Park-goers are welcoming the new fountain to quench their thirst and refill their water bottles. And let's not forget about our furry friends; dog owners are enjoying the convenience of the fountain as well. It was installed at the perfect time. Now we are ready for those incoming hot summer days.
And let's not forget about the water bottle filler. Port Jefferson makes every effort to go green, and this is the perfect solution for those eco-conscious folks who want to reduce their environmental footprint while staying hydrated while out and about. The filler is easy to use, and park-goers can quickly and easily refill their reusable water bottles.
"The fountain happened because of a collaboration with the Port Jefferson Harbor Education & Arts Conservancy," said Kevin Wood, Port Jefferson's Director of Economic Development. "Port Paws was a new event organized by the Village and PJHEAC last year. Some of the proceeds from that event were used to pay for our great new fountain. Everyone can stay hydrated, and their dogs can stay hydrated too. It's a win win for everyone."
We're thrilled to provide such a cool new feature to the park, and we know it'll be a hit with everyone in the community. So come down to Caroline Ave Park, and check it out. It'll be the coolest thing in Caroline Ave Park and and your furry friends can join you.
For more information about Port Jefferson Village, please visit www.portjeff.com.
For more information about the Port Jefferson Harbor Education & Arts Conservancy, visit their Facebook page.
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