The City of Bell Gardens, California’s project moved
right along on a “fast track”with great support from the Community Services
Department, City staff and the City Council. The 12,000 square foot
facility opened in the early 2000.
The City of Brea, California, has a 9,500 square foot
skate park that is under construction and should be completed by summer
The City of Dublin, California’s skate park, while park
of a new park project, opened spring 2000, to the delight of local skaters.
The skate park is 13,500 square feet in size.
Construction of the skate park in the City of Irvine,
California is well under way, with the rains causing some delays. This
8,500 square foot facility is laid out in a very nice sports park.
Completion will be by Spring 2000.
Long Beach, California skate park is under construction.
This is a great layout of a 13,000 square foot facility with lots of public
input. The project is scheduled for a summer 2000 opening.
The City of Lynwood, California inaugurated its skate
park in early 2000 to a very large crowd at the opening day ceremonies.
The skate park, while rather tight, offers 7,500 square feet and has a
balance between street and transition skating.
The City of Palm Desert, California had its grand opening
for its skate park in the fall of 1999 to a cast of hundreds. This 15,000
square footfacility is the first in the desert community. The skate
park offers great street skating with a big snake run with a bowl at each
The City of Paso Robles, California’s skate park’s construction
is under way. This is a 10,000 square foot facility with a completion
date of summer 2000. The City has a great group of skaters to work
with who are eagerly waiting for the grand opening.
The skate project in the City of San Clemente, California
is finally under way. It includes a 12,600 square foot skate park,
addition to an existing parking lot and new restroom building. Great
layout and nice size, but somewhat of a remote site. Project is scheduled
for a summer 2000 opening.
The City of San Ramon, California, long awaited skate
park opening finally occurred in the spring of 2000. This 13,000
square foot facility fit snuggly into an existing park site.
The construction of the skate park for the City of Santa
Barbara, California proved to be a challenge to get all the permits
and work with the Historic Committee. This 15,000 square foot facility,
located next to the beach, will prove to be one of the greats. Lot
of input from the guys at Maple and Shorty’s. The park is under construction
with a summer 2000 opening planned. (see link below)
UPDATE ON OTHER PROJECTS
Santana Park and Glenwood Park, City of Corona, California:
Boy, is Corona busy and doing a great job responding to the needs of the
youth in its community. Construction documents have been submitted
to the City for plan check. Santana Skate Park is planned to be 8,500
square feet in size, while Glenwood Skate Park is planned to be 7,500 square
feet in size.
Brawley, California: We have just been given the green
light to proceed with the preparation of construction documents for this
16,000 square foot facility. This project is planned to be built
in phases based on funding.
Fullerton, California skate park - Bids have been received
for this 10,000 square foot facility and will be going to City Council
for apporval in the near future. The City is hopping for a late summer
Cerritos, California: This park is out to
bid, and the City is looking for a summer 2000 opening. This 13,000
square foot skate park is really a great layout and will prove to be very