We wondered if any 2022 candidates could do a kickflip—so we asked. We weren’t surprised that most couldn’t, but we were a little surprised to find a couple who could.
We visited skateparks around the Twin Cities and heard from a group of diverse skaters about their experiences and perspectives on the current state of skateboarding.
Seamlessly integrated into the surrounding neighborhood, the Elliot Park skate park is busy with skaters pretty much all day long. By Bill Lindeke | Columnist
A newly updated skate park in downtown Minneapolis is designed to manage the flow of stormwater as well as skateboarders – via MWMO
Minneapolis opens state-of-the-art skate park at Elliot Park Larger, revamped Elliot Park site is state of the art, thanks to Olympics park designers.
TPT VID – CITY OF SKATE CO-FOUNDER, SKATEBOARDER AND COMMUNITY-BASED ARTIST WITT SIASOCO BELIEVES ‘ART (and SKATEBOARDING) CAN DO MORE’ – His work and the Juxtaposition Skate-able Art Plaza “By far the most ambitious project I that I have been a part of is the construction of the 4,000-square-foot Skateable Art Plaza at Juxtaposition Arts […]
This first ever U.S. statewide matching grant program for quality public skateparks was only funded at $250,000 on a $8.25M request, but will be resubmitted for the 2022 MN Bonding session at $10M to help communities throughout Minnesota provide positive recreational skate spaces for youth and their communities.
More than 20 new skate parks slated for Minneapolis This week, the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board approved plans for new skate parks around the city.