Skate Parks

Rules & Safety

  • A parent or legal guardian must accompany skaters under the age of 10 at all times. Children under the age of 7 are not allowed in the skating area. 
  • All skaters must wear appropriate safety equipment. ANSI or SNELL-approved helmet is mandated. Kneepads and elbow pads are recommended. In-line skaters must also wear wrist guards. All equipment must be used per the manufacturer's specifications. Skaters must wear shoes. 
  • Only skateboards and in-line skates are permitted in the Park during regular sessions. Bicycles may be permitted during special sessions. Scooters and motorized vehicles are prohibited at all times. 
  • The Park must not be used when the equipment/apparatus is wet and/or icy. The supervisor/attendant on duty determines whether or not weather conditions permit the opening of the Park.
  • Skaters must use only the equipment that is appropriate for their skill level.
  • No skating or trespassing is permitted when the Park is closed. Violators will be prosecuted.
  • Recklessness will not be tolerated. All skaters must use the Park responsibly to avoid injury to themselves or others. The use of proper skater etiquette is expected at all times. 
  • Profanity, abusive language, and/or fighting are not tolerated.
  • Smoking is prohibited within the Park.
  • Use of drugs, alcohol, and/or vandalism is prohibited on Town property.
  • The following are not allowed in the Park: food, beverages, gum, and loose items, such as backpacks, coats, and radios/boom boxes. Glass containers are prohibited on Town property. 
  • Report all injuries immediately to the supervisor/attendant on duty. 
  • Report visible hazards and/or repair needs to the supervisor/attendant on duty.
  • The Town is not responsible for personal property.
  • Any infraction of these rules may result in the loss of Park privileges.  Violation of these rules may result in ejection from the Skate Park.