Sunday December 7, 2014
11am – 4:30 pm

Lindo Lake County Park
12660 Lindo Ln,
Lakeside, CA 92040

Waiver and Helmet required to ride the track.

Thursday, January 9,2014 from 12pm to 8pm

15% of wristband proceeds will be donated to Vista Skatepark Coalition.


City Heights skateboarders giving input on the proposed design.

Skatepark Plans

Here is the preliminary design for the new City Heights skatepark.


2013_SD_Invite-1 – KUSI News – San Diego CA – News, Weather, PPR





A Skate Art Installation w/ 30+ skateboard decks

Art auction benefiting The Lakeside Skatepark
A non-profit organization

Thursday March 21st 2013
Doors Open 7pm

2223 El Cajon Boulevard, North Park, SD 92104

Live Music
Andy Mauser
The Verigolds
DJ Sly

Artwork & Live Paintings by:
Eric Borja
Jack Stricker
Max MCilwee

Come out and show your support for a skatepark in the Mid City Area.

The meeting is at 6 P.M. July 11th at the Community Center on Balour Drive in Encinitas. City Council will be awarding construction contracts to start construction on the Encinitas Community Park which includes a big skate plaza and a bowl.

They need people to come out and stand with us when we get up to give our presentation to the City. If you have any questions check out their page at

City Heights Skate Park


Please come out and support the Mid-City Skatepark Advocacy Group. We Need YOUR support if we’re going to make this skatepark a reality!

Our next community action is on Monday July 2nd at the City Heights Area Planning Committee meeting. This will be replacing the June 27th meeting that we had scheduled. The July 2nd meeting starts at 6:30pm at:

Metro Career Center
3910 University Ave # 300
San Diego, CA 92105

We’re an action item and members of the Mid-City Youth Council will be making a presentation to the committee. You will also have an opportunity to make a public comment if you would like.

Go to the Mid City Skatepark Facebook page


The kids from the Mid-City CAN Youth Council spoke in front the San Diego City council. Jose Fernandez, Jorge Dominguez, Phuc Nguyen, Daniela Barron, Armand Binombe, and Maricel Reyes all bravely spoke to the city politicians about the importance impact a skatepark will have on safety to their community. Mark Tran the groups fearless leader summed it up the best:

“I am here to reiterate to you the importance of investing in our youth, who are our future. Youth in the Mid-City area face many challenges of public safety, broken infrastructure, and inadequate services. They should not have to deal with cars, pedestrians, and cyclists when they are out skateboarding. They should be provided with a skatepark to be active freely and safely. This is a commitment to them as individuals and citizens of our fair city. Recreation facilities and services need to be a priority and slate parks need to be made a reality for our communities. Our budget should not focus on pensions and other things that past city council members have screwed up on. They should be proactive in supporting our youth and not focused on locking them up.”

Great going guys and girls!

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