Neighbors and local skateboarders are invited to provide input on an update to the master plan for Rhodes Skate Park at a public meeting starting at 6 p.m. July 11 at the Boise Public Library auditorium, 715 S. Capitol Blvd.
Public feedback will be incorporated into a revised plan, which will guide resource allocations when funds become available for park improvements.
Rhodes Skate Park is a 1.28-acre special use park at 1555 W. Front St. under the I-184 connector near the Linen District downtown. Local youths helped design the park, which features inline skating and skateboarding, a basketball court, restrooms and picnic tables.
Volunteers with the Boise Skateboard Association have been working with Boise Parks & Recreation staff and Grindline, a local professional skate park design group, on a proposal for improvements to the park.
If you have a disability requiring reasonable accommodations to the meeting, please call 608-7600 48 hours before the meeting.
For information about the park, please see www.cityofboise.org/parks or contact project manager Toby Norton via email at email@example.com or phone at (208) 608-7635.