DOGS could be banned from areas of parkland and forced to wear leads in other areas in villages near Uttoxeter in a bid to reduce fouling.
East Staffordshire Borough Council has drawn up a list of areas from which it plans to ban dogs completely.
Meanwhile many more locations across the borough will only allow dogs if they are kept on a lead at all times.
The list of areas which the council proposes to make subject to dog control orders will be put out to public consultation later this month.
The fenced play area at the Bramshall recreation grounds and the play area at Stoneybrook playing field in Draycott in the Clay will become no-go zones for dogs if the plans are adopted.
The same rules would come into effect at the village green open area and village hall open area in Stramshall.
Dogs would still be allowed but only on leads in other areas of Stramshall and Draycott, as well as in Ellastone.
Dogs would have to be kept on leads on Stoneybrook Playing Field in Draycott and St Peters Churchyard in Ellastone.
Meanwhile in Stramshall dogs would have to be kept on leads on the grass frontages of 1-4 and 5-18 Hollington Lane and at Spath Green.
Those caught flouting the rules will be hit with fixed penalty notices by wardens if the control orders are implemented.
A council spokesman said: “Following on from the dog control orders introduced in 2010, work began on a second project by liaising with local parish councils, local councillors and council officers as to where they would like to have further dog control orders and where they would be of benefit.
“In terms of the consultation, a public notice will be issued at the end of September and residents will have 28 days to make written representations to the council.
“After this period has expired the council will consider representations before making any formal order.
“Council officers will continue to enforce the existing dog control orders which allow authorised staff to issue fixed penalty notices to a person in charge of a dog who does not immediately remove that dog’s faeces when in a public area.” Maps showing the exact locations of the sites affected by the proposed dog control orders will be displayed at the council’s customer service centre at Uttoxeter Library in High Street and at Uttoxeter Leisure Centre in Oldfields Road later this month.
Alternatively they will be available online at www.eaststaffsbc.gov.uk and representations can be made by email or post.