Mounted police horses featured at park meet-and-greets | Community Spirit
The city's equestrian police team is scheduled to make appearances at three parks this month to meet with the community.
The Madison Police Department said its mounted patrol unit will hold "Community Corral" stops on the south, west and northeast sides of the city.
The Community Corral is an informal meet-and-greet event, organizers said.
Police said the park events are "a great way to 'corral' up area neighbors to say hello to the largest four-legged members of the police department."
The mounted patrol is scheduled to stop by from 4-5 p.m. at:
- SOUTH: Henry Vilas Park, 1602 Vilas Park Drive, near the playground on Monday, July 21
- WEST: Bordner Park, 5610 Elder Place, on Monday, July 28
- NORTHEAST: Reindahl Park, 1818 Portage Road, near the shelter on Wednesday, July 30