Where should we build a Skate Park?

City Council has been exploring installing a skate park in Redondo Beach. The first place considered was Dominguez Park (next to Dog Park) but that park is on top of a landfill so the cost go up due to the pilings required. City Council directed staff to explore other park options which you can review here.

Which park would you like to see a skate park be built? Anderson Park or the Pier (Czuleger Park) or Lillienthal Park? I would rather not have it at Franklin because it is leased land from the School District. Eventually, the School District will get that property back. In the short term, I think pickleball could easily be located at the pad at Franklin Park.

3 Comments

  1. Cynthia Phuphanich on June 20, 2019 at 3:46 pm

    Anderson Park would be a great location for a Skate Park!



  2. Maria Burgos on June 20, 2019 at 7:36 pm

    Of the choices given, I believe that Anderson Park would be the best due to distance from other skate parks and also the available space given the size of the existing park.

    That said, why was Dale Page Park not considered? I don’t think the handball court is used much and that space could instead be used for the skate park.

    Also, seeing how the space under the SCE power lines is being used as a bike path, and in part, being converted to parking near Artesia Blvd, why can’t some of the empty gopher hole space (such as between Graham and Gates) be used to create a skate park?



  3. Ellen Brim on June 21, 2019 at 9:47 am

    I have a couple thoughts. Lilienthal park is awfully small for a skate park, also, it is close to the Galleria where hopefully there will be another one. I think the pier would be good. It might take some pressure off the campus of RUHS which has been an unofficial skate park for many years.