Allow a DIY skatepark at Sugarmont and 900 East in Salt Lake City, Utah

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On the South East corner of 900 East and Sugarmont Drive, in Salt Lake City, Utah, there sat a DIY skate park.

The park was on some abandoned tennis courts that were not maintained and unusable for tennis. So some creative skaters took action to make use of these public lands. They built a skate park there, a unique one that allowed skaters and action sports enthusiasts to practice their skills on new obstacles, as well as prevent vandalism in the nearby areas. It was no more dangerous than a normal skate park, and was helpful to reduce the overcrowding of nearby Fairmont Skate Park.

In 2016, the skate park was torn down for reasons unknown to the users of the makeshift park. As a community, the skaters and action sports enthusiasts of Salt Lake City, Utah would like to rebuild the DIY park in the Spring of 2018, with the help and permission of our city's mayor, Jackie Biskupski.

Please sign our petition in order to give our city's skaters and action sports enthusiasts a place to have fun.



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