The money for Phase 1, about $32,000, is in place, says Friends of the Hays Dog Park board member Laurie Mortinger:
Phase 2, estimated to cost $42,269, will be fencing for the larger dogs 5 acres area, more seating, signage, and another water station.
Phase 3 will be primarily shelters and seating.
Mortinger says all the fencing will be six-foot high and made with industrial grade materials.
The FHDP garage sale is open Saturday, 8a.m.-1p.m., in the south end of the Hays Mall.
The bargains will be even bigger than what they were Friday, says Mortinger.
“We’re going to have a ‘sack sale’ to help clear everything out.”