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Pipeline Skate Park
Summer Hours: 9:00 am to 11:00 pm
The Pipeline Skate Park is located at 2400 Mendenhall Loop Road.
September thru May Hours:
SPECIAL EVENTS TO COME
This park is the product of 15 months of fundraising and community organization that began in September 1996 with a Juneau/Douglas High School Phoenix Program project and is culminating with the construction of a 7500 square foot facility for skateboarding and in-line skating. Fundraising and organizing is ongoing through the "Skate Board" an advisory board to the Parks and Recreation Department. This spring and summer the site will be landscaped and an art/painting project will be organized.
The "Skate Board"
The "Skate Board" is the board running the skate park. Its primary responsibility is to channel skaters ideas to Parks and Recreation on such matters as facility rules, facility management and enforcement, scheduling special events, conduct, equipment selection, fee structure, fund raising, and park improvements.
Each violation of these rules is an infraction. Violators of these rules may be required to immediately leave the park and may be prohibited from use of the park for repeated violations. Check your equipment to be sure it is safe. Check the ramp and features for safety before use. Skate within your ability.
Please immediately report any defects, damage,