About Our Logo
The Virginia Avenue Dog Park (VADP), the largest, free, public dog park in the District of Columbia, has a new logo!
This Summer, we held a contest in the community to design our new logo to celebrate our amazing, dog-loving community and it's history in Capitol Hill and Navy Yard, and the winner is 👉
James is a marketing and communications specialist located in DC's Ward 8, where he enjoys taking long walks with his hound dog Cooper and organizing with his neighbors to strengthen their community. In his spare time he loves cooking delicious food, planning adventures for Dungeons & Dragons, and lounging around the house with his incredible wife Jaclyn. James is currently job hunting, and you can help him find work by sharing his résumé at jamesearle.net/cv!
Contact & Connect with James: @JustJamesEarle
The new VADP logo!
"Is that a happy doggo looking up at you with love in its eyes, or is it the Virginia Avenue Dog Park's new logo? Trick question; it's both! An anchor is cleverly incorporated into the dog's smile to acknowledge the Navy Yard neighborhood's long naval and military history, and the iconic Washington Monument visible up the road forms the bridge of its nose (and the shank of the anchor). Our pup has also left a footprint in the logo's text. But most importantly--and just like the park itself--the new VADP logo will leave a smile on everyone's faces for years to come."
A donated Scottie dog statue coming soon (🤞) to the Virginia Ave Park near the dog park's West entrance.
The iconic Washington Monument is visible from the dog park to the West.
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