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If your city does NOT have a skate park your city IS the skate park

Serving - Rancho Palos Verdes, Palos Verdes Estates, Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills Estates

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Skateparkpv billboard in Redondo Beach on PCH and Ave C  from Feb 23, 2015 to March 22, 2015

Dr Tae, a teacher, scientist, skateboarder – this is very interesting providing insight on skateboarding and learning. It shows the value of skateboarding from a teachers point of view.

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Local PV kids enjoying the Hermosa Beach skate park which is small, very close to loud horrible traffic noise, often there is no available parking and the drive is ten miles in nasty traffic after school. Hermosa Beach removed two tennis courts to build this skate park, it was not built to support all the surrounding cities.  Peck Park  was built for San Pedro kids and you have to get there by way of the nations most expensive bumpy road the RPV landslide.  For kids that don’t drive these skate parks may as well be on Catalina Island – they are not accessible.

Recent Posts

Rancho Palos Verdes Parks Master Plan to get first overhaul in 25 years by Mary Scott PV News

Some 25 years ago, the city of Rancho Palos Verdes considered developing a golf course and senior citizens center at Point Vicente Park, and buying Miraleste Elementary School to provide an active recreational space for the east side of the city should Miraleste High School close. Whi

PV News article July 31,2014 “RPV approves inclusion of skate plaza in parks plan” by Megan Barnes

A proposal to build a skate park in Rancho Palos Verdes got one step closer to reality on Tuesday, when the city council unanimously voted to include one in its long term vision for parks throughout the city. Supporters of the idea — including RPV native and professional surfer Alex G

PV News article May 8, 2014 “RPV considers a skate park location” by Robert Doss

RPV — Skatepark PV’s proposal to build a privately funded and maintained multiuse skate-able plaza on Rancho Palos Verdes City Hall property was met with concerns from the public as well as members of the City Council during an April 15 meeting. One of the issues brought up was making

PVNews article March 6, 2014 ‘Kids need a safe place to skate’ by Mary Scott

Skateboarders grind rails and curbs in local shopping centers and on school campuses. When security guards and custodians kick them off those properties, they hit the streets. That’s where they are stopped by law enforcement. But this doesn’t deter them. Skateboarders want to skate, n