Here's just a small sampling of skateparks we've helped preserve over the years.

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Alex road (prince) skatepark 9.29.18, oceanside, ca

One of the premier skateparks in California, "Prince" has an element that works to trash the place. Designed by Grindline Skateparks and built by California Skateparks, this 22,700 square foot park is incredible. We work with the local skateboarding community to clean, maintain, and improve the condition of this amazing skatepark through cleanup events, education, and community awareness.

On September 29, 2018, Skatepark Respect and 35 or so friends of the park volunteered to scrub, scrape, clean, pick up trash, remove graffiti, and place cigarette butt buckets throughout the park. The energy was incredible and the community support was amazing as we received product and donations from Brixton, Blockhead Skateboards, Grandeur Skateshop, Fat Joe’s Oceanside Barcade, Sprouts, Assault Skateboards, Absolute Board Co. (Z-Flex/Penny Board), Fallbrook Skatepark Inc., Plain Skateboarding Co., Osider Magazine, and The Tony Hawk Foundation.

 

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SKATERISING 7.14.18  Encinitas Skate Plaza

"Poods Park", Encinitas, CA 

SkatePark Respect assisted with SkateRising's community service project to create care packages for those less fortunate in the community and spread the message regarding our shared responsibility in taking care of the places we skate and enjoy.   Amazing to see the excitement and enthusiasm amongst all the participants!! 

SkatePark Respect, Inc participated in community service project with SkateRising and introduced young girls to the stoke! One of six events hosted by Exposure and SkateRising throughout the country and Australia!! - SkateparkRespect.org

VISTA SKATEPARK 3.9.19, VISTA, CA

We are back at it again 3.9.19, this time partnering with the Vista Skatepark Coalition and the City of Vista to help clean the two skateparks in Vista. We cleaned both parks, removed graffiti, disposed of large garbage objects at the park, and scraped all gum. The parks were sparkling when we left and the 40+ volunteers were amazing. The City, local organizations, and the community rallied together to make a difference in keeping our skateparks clean.