Hyndburn Council’s setting boss Councillor Steven Smithson revealed the appointment on the borough’s Cabinet assembly on Wednesday.
He was responding to suggestions from the authority’s communities and wellbeing overview and scrutiny committee.
It had made eight suggestions to the Cabinet.
They embody using an additional canine warden and boosting incapacity provision together with accessible bogs on the borough’s parks, kids’s play areas and open areas.
It additionally referred to as for officers to hold out a evaluation of security for girls and women accessing parks and open areas throughout the borough.
An officer’s report back to Wednesday’s assembly reads: “Several of the proposals can have vital monetary implications if accepted.”
The assembly agreed to notice the suggestions.
But in response to the committee’s name for the council to discover alternatives to create a ‘bark park’ in Hyndburn, the place canine homeowners are charged a price to walk dogs off lead in a protected, enclosed setting and use this revenue to assist fund a brand new canine warden publish, Cllr Smithson stated: “An further canine warden is being recruited.
“It is within the funds. The new publish will mix canine warden and pest management duties.”
Labour’s Cllr Noordad Aziz welcomed the transfer however stated bettering disabled access to parks, particularly for youngsters looking for to make use of play areas, was vital.