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Miller Skate Park Posted Rules
Richmond Parks and
The sign reads as
Skate Park is open to skateboards and in-line skates. No
bicycles, scooters, motorized vehicles of any kind, pedestrians or
animals allowed in the skate park.
must watch from outside the skate park.
on concrete makes conditions difficult to skate. Respect
your park. No graffiti or tagging is permitted.
the neighborhood. Park hours: Set Seasonally, see posted
times. Please keep noise to a minimum.
glass in or around the skate area. Keep food, drink and
litter off the skate surface.
alcohol, drugs, or profanity permitted. Fighting will not be
obstacles or other materials (ramps, jumps) may not be used except
for planned park events.
organized events must have written approval from the Richmond
Parks and Recreation Department. No contests or demos
without the permission of the Parks Dept.
at your own risk. Know your abilities and skate within
them. When you enter this facility you assume all risks and responsibilities
that are inherent to extreme sports activities which could result
in harm to yourself, others, and/or property.
equipment is strongly recommended. Younger children
are at greater risk for head and neck injuries. Parents are
Strongly Encouraged to Require their Children to Wear Helmets and
Arm/Kneepads when using this Facility.
10 and under should be supervised by an adult who is at least 18
years of age.
not use this facility if a hazardous condition exists [rain, snow,
ice, and darkness]. Report damage to the Parks Dept. by
phone available at parking lost west of the new playground.
located on Roosevelt Hill.
Skate Park is an Unsupervised Facility.
and Skating are recreational activities. Use of this facility
may result in death, paralysis, brain damage, concussion, broken
bones or other serious injuries.
use of this facility is at your own risk.
facility is in compliance with Senate Bill 0141 "Liability
at extreme sports areas"
found not following the fore-stated rules may be fined or