Active Transportation in Fresno County
Loose dogs threaten Fresno residents' perceptions of safety while walking or biking.
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Funding for animal control is needed. Loose dogs roam in many neighborhoods in Fresno County and cause residents to feel scared and unsafe when walking or biking. Residents do not want to be bitten by loose dogs.
In the city of Fresno in 2015, 9,024 live dogs were turned in to the Central California SPCA Stray Center. The highest numbers of dogs came from these zip codes:
93706: 1,945 loose dogs
93702: 1,127 loose dogs
93722: 857 loose dogs
The map below shows that the highest number of dog bites were reported in central Fresno County, compared to other areas of the county. Click the plus button on the upper left side of the map to see data for Fresno County.
Central Valley SPCA, personal communication with staff.
County of Fresno, Department of Public Health, Environmental Health Division. Dog Bite Counts 2015.
This project is a collaboration between Cultiva la Salud and the Public Health Institute.