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Seattle Center’s skatepark, known to local skaters as "SeaSk8," was the product of years of collaboration between the City of Seattle and Seattle's skateboard community. SeaSk8 was closed in October 2018, and will need to be demolished as part of the renovation of the New Arena at Seattle Center.
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The City has been working in partnership with Skate Like A Girl and the Seattle Center Skatepark Coalition to plan a new skate plaza to replace SeaSk8. The team of van der Zalm + Associates and New Line Skateparks is working with us to design the new plaza on a portion of Broad Street across the street from the Seattle Center campus that has been closed to cars since 2014. 
Our design team has taken your input, and from more than 270 people who completed our survey in-person or online, and developed three concepts for the park. Now we’re looking for your input again! Please take a look at our NEW survey to tell us which of the concept designs is your favorite, and why:
Take our survey by clicking here
The survey will stay open until May 6.
Check back here for more info to come!

Outreach meetings in April will include: 
  • Open House at All Together Skate Park, Wednesday, April 3, 5pm-8pm
  • Skate Like A Girl women & trans session, Monday April 15 at ATS in Fremont
  • Uptown Alliance Land Use Review Committee meeting at KEXP Gathering Place on Tuesday, April 16 at 6pm
  • Skate Like A Girl school-based skating programs throughout the month at various schools
  • Rainier Beach Open Space Town Hall Meeting, Saturday April 20th, 2019 10:30am – 1pm at South Lake High School
  Skatepark open house
 Skatepark Design Open House

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