Greeley Seeks Input on Skatepark Upgrades
The City of Greeley wants help designing three new and upgraded skateparks. Next summer, the city will retrofit one park, replace another, and build a completely new skatepark.
City staff wants skate park users to help design these new parks. The City invites skaters, BMXers, and other community members to a special community meeting to give their feedback and ideas about what Greeley’s next skateparks should include.
The meeting will take place from 6 to 7:30 p.m., Sept. 20, at the Greeley Recreation Center, 651 10th Ave, Room 101.
During the meeting, community members will get a brief overview of the project and break into groups to talk about different ideas, features, and designs for the skateparks.
Greeley’s most recent parks, trails, and open land master plan process identified a need for more and improved skateparks. These user-driven skatepark projects will help to create a network of parks with a variety of features that encourage all wheel sports in Greeley and the surrounding area.
For more information, contact Public Works Civil Engineer Eva Rojas at 350-9747 or Eva.Rojas@GreeleyGov.com
Sep 17, 2018