Mount Pleasant neighbourhood skateboard park

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The Vancouver Park Board is looking to provide a new skateboard park in the Mount Pleasant neighbourhood because of rising skateboarding popularity in the area. 

The Park Board has secured funding for a new mid-size skateboard park in one of two proposed Mount Pleasant neighbourhood park locations:

  • Jonathan Rogers Park (Manitoba Street and West 7th Avenue)
  • Robson Park (Kingsway and St. George Street)

The new skateboard park will serve skateboarders of all skill levels.

Detailed design discussions will begin after the Park Board has approved a location.

Recent developments with this project

New staff report to be presented to Park Board on April 27

April 22, 2015 - The new Park Board report about the proposed skateboard facility for Jonathan Rogers Park will be presented by staff to the Park Board.

Date: Monday, April 27, 2015 at 7:00pm
Location: Park Board Office, 2099 Beach Avenue

Staff report rescheduled

February 2, 2015 – The Mount Pleasant skateboard facility report was withdrawn from the February 2 Park Board Committee agenda and will be rescheduled for another time. Staff identified that the report requires more information before it goes to the Board.

Staff report to be reviewed by Park Board on February 2

January 27, 2015 - The staff report on this project will be reviewed during a Park Board meeting on February 2. It recommends that the Board approve an intermediate skill level skateboarding facility in Jonathan Rogers Park and convert the Mount Pleasant Park skateboard facility for beginners.

Find out what we heard in the questionnaire

June 17, 2014 – Thank you to all 367 people who participated in our questionnaire. The results, along with the directions from the Skateboard Strategy, helped us determine that Jonathan Rogers Park is the best fit for the new skateboard park.

In September, staff will present a report to the Park Board requesting approval to proceed with additional community engagement and design for the skateboard park.

Join us at an open house and tell us what you think about the proposed locations for a new skateboard park

March 13, 2014 – Learn more about this project at an open house, and tell us what you think about the two proposed park locations for a new skateboard park for all ages and skill levels.  

Date: Thursday, April 3, 2014 (Drop-in between 4:00pm - 8:00pm)
Location: Mount Pleasant Community Centre, Lobby, 1 Kingsway 

  • View the display board from the open house PDF (3.5 MB)
  • Open house information boards and feedback

    April 2014 questionnaire

    April 2014 open house

    Background reports

    Project details

    Project type

    New skateboard park

    Project status

    Phase 1: public consultation - skateboard park location selection

    Project purpose

    With skateboarding increasing in popularity in the Mount Pleasant neighbourhood, the Vancouver Park Board has identified the neighbourhood as an area in need of a new skateboard park.

    The first phase of the project includes a public consultation process, beginning with deciding which one of the two proposed parks (Jonathan Rogers Park or Robson Park) is the most suitable location for the new skateboard park. 

    Detailed design discussions, including input from skateboarders, will begin after the Park Board has approved a location. 

    Key dates

    Date Event
    April 3, 2014 Public open house
    April 3 - 17, 2014 Online questionnaire
    June 2014 Summary of results from public consultation
    September 2014  Staff to ask Park Board for approval to do additional community engagement and design work

    Map of park locations

    Work leading up to this project

    In 2005, the Vancouver Park Board approved the Skateboard Strategy for the city. The strategy is a guide to implementating skateboard facilities in the city so that they are successful for skateboarders, park users, and nearby residents.

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    Contact the project manager

    Debra Barnes
    Project Manager

    Phone: 604-718-5852

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