It's technically Spring, but the temperatures have still felt like winter. That has meant that the Danbury Dog Park remained closed. It was shuttered for the off-season, with signs up alerting residents. There were some reports of people ignoring the signs, and using the facility any way. Public Works Director Antonio Iadarola says that's something they struggled with just before the park was opened. There was an extreme drought, which postponed the opening because the grass wouldn't grow. He notes that it should be reseeded soon. The materials recently came in, the crews are just waiting for 50 to 60 degree days to do the fertilization.