The skating community is invited to a forum about what features will be incorporated into the second phase of the Central City skate park.
The forum will be held 5:30 p.m. Monday at the Macon-Bibb County Parks and Recreation Department, 50 Willie Smokie Glover Drive. California Skateparks will ask for feedback on the first designs for the $550,000 special sales tax project, a news release said.
"When we held forums for how to improve Central City Park using SPLOST funds, the skating community really came out to say how important this was to our region, that there really was nothing like it in the entire region,” Parks and Recreation Director Robert Walker said in the news release. “Since opening, it’s been used almost every day, and we expect that, by adding the bowl, we’ll be hosting regular tournaments her."
The first phase of the skate park opened in in the spring. The second phase is projected to be finished in June.
Stanley Dunlap, 478-744-4623