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Skatepark Rules and Regulations

  • 219 S. Main Avenue


    • 6:00 am - 8:00 pm Oct. 1 to March 31
    • 5:00 am - 10:00 pm April 1 to Sept. 30
    • Slow skate: 9:00 - 11:00 am on weekends and holidays (for skaters under 10 years)


    • Main City Skatepark is designated for skateboards, un-powered scooters and in-line skates only. No bicycles, BMX or motorized vehicles or devices are allowed. (GRC 7.10.220)
    • Slow skate: The skatepark is open only to skaters younger than 10 from 9:00 - 11:00 am on weekends and holidays in order to provide safe access to less experienced skaters.
    • This is an unsupervised park. Inspect the surfaces before riding. Remove all trash, debris and objects that may prevent a smooth, safe ride. The City does not assume any responsibility for loss or injuries.
    • Use of safety equipment, such as helmets and pads, is strongly recommended and encouraged. Parents are responsible for their children. State law requires all skateboarders and in-line skaters younger than 16 years of age on public premises to wear approved protective headgear (ORS 814.600).
    • Weather conditions such as rain or snow may create unsafe surfaces for users.
    • Only skateboards and in-line skates are allowed. No bikes, BMX, motorized vehicles, or other wheeled devices are allowed within the skatepark.
    • Graffiti and tagging in the skatepark is illegal and not tolerated.
    • This skatepark has been designed for all skill levels. The skatepark is self-policing. Be courteous and respectful to other people using this facility and all other park patrons, the adjacent Heroes Memorial, and surrounding neighborhoods.
    • Respect the neighborhood. Keep noise to a minimum.
    • The following items and activities are prohibited: 
      • Skate wax 
      • Littering - please use trash cans 
      • Glass containers, food, beverage or gum on the skating surface 
      • Drugs, alcohol or tobacco products 
      • Pets 
      • Modifications such as additional ramps, jumps, or obstacles 
      • Skating against traffic                                                     
      • Sound amplification devices except by permit 
      • Profanity, bullying, bad behavior, and recklessness 
      • Spectators on the skating surface 
      • All organized events, including contests and demos except by permit 
    • The City reserves the right to close the facility for failure to follow the rules or for any other circumstances deemed necessary.
    • Do not skate on any damaged surfaces. Report any damage, hazardous conditions, concerns, or suggestions to the Parks Operations at 503-618-2929.
    • For emergencies call 911.