The park behind Vale Hall may become leash free area for dogs.
Lithgow City Council has committed to carrying out consultation with residents in the Vale of Clwydd to find out how much interest there is in the plan.
Cr Deanna Goodsell raised the issue at the August council meeting, stating in a notice of motion that she had received representations on the issue.
"I recognise it would be necessary to establish community interest and any concerns prior to furthering this idea which would no doubt have to go through the budget process," she said.
"With this in mind I would propose that some initial consultation be done."
The motion was supported by councillors.
"I think it's a great idea," Cr Darryl Goodwin said.
He said it would be an asset to have a dog park in that park of town.
The added advantage in having additional off-leash areas, mayor Cr Ray Thompson said, was it would encourage people to keep their dogs off the shire's main playing fields.
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