"[You can] turn your dog loose, and they can run free and socialize with one another," said Walowit.
She noted that the small dog park is also a "great area" for socialization of puppies.
Clifton Park Supervisor Phil Barrett said that they received some feedback over time from people seeking improvements to the parks.
"We developed a plan, and the Town Board approved that plan. We were able to see those improvements recently, but we've steadily made improvements since the park has been in place, and we're hopeful that this last round of upgrades will ensure a positive experience for everyone that uses the park," said Barrett.