Valley Skate Park - Parks & Recreation
Valley Skate Park
Skate parks host non-contact activities in which participants are separated while engaging in the sport.
The following restrictions and protocols are required to ensure compliance with health and safety guidelines:
DO NOT ENTER if you are experiencing symptoms of respiratory illness, including fever or cough.
- Limited Capacity - A maximum of 13 participants are allowed at the skate park at one time. Please keep your session time to 1-hour should there be other waiting. A waitlist is available should the skate park reach capacity.
- Practice Social Distancing - Provide distance of at least 6 feet of space at all times during your visit.
- Face Coverings Required - Face Coverings are required at all times.
- Do Not Share Equipment - Participants must use their skateboard, scooter, bike helmet, pads, etc.
- Do Not Gather in Groups - Spectators are not allowed. Participants must not congregate while at the park.
- Be Prepared - Participants are encouraged to bring hand sanitizer or disinfecting wipes to wash and sanitize their hands often. A water fountain is available only to refill water bottles.
2021 Annual Passes
Skate Park Fees
Valley Skate Park Rules
- All participants must wear a proper helmet, elbow pads, and knee pads.
- All participants must be registered and have a signed waiver on file.
- A parent must sign a waiver if the participant is under 18 years of age and must be present when the waiver is signed.
- By signing the waiver, participants are agreeing to follow the Valley Skate Park Code of Ethics (PDF)s.
Please read, sign, and turn in the Valley Skate Park Waiver (PDF) to a staff member before entering the facility.
BMX bikes must have the following to enter the park:
- Plastic or aluminum pedals
- Plastic peg covers or no pegs
- Rubber grip ends on handle bars