Broomfield Skatepark Refresh Design & Construction

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Provide feedback on Conceptual Renderings

Please provide feedback on the conceptual renderings shared by Evergreen Skateparks at the January 17th virtual public meeting. Input will be accepted through the end of the day on January 26, 2023.

Project Background

The current Broomfield Skatepark was completed in 2011 and it’s time for a refresh! The City and County of Broomfield has hired Evergreen Skateparks to design and construct repairs, improvements and a small expansion at the Broomfield Skatepark. The goal of this project is to enhance the skatepark by making repairs, adding features and expanding to add more beginner-level terrain.

Public Outreach

In November and December, 2022, the City and County of Broomfield and Evergreen Skateparks solicited survey responses about what skatepark users would like to see changed, added, repaired, or kept the same. This input directly influenced the conceptual design of this project. On January 17, 2023 the City and County of Broomfield hosted a virtual public meeting at which Evergreen Skateparks shared concept designs and gathered input that will influence final design. View those conceptual renderings and share your feedback!

Project Scope

Evergreen’s scope of work includes:

  1. Repair. This includes bottoms of banks into the street area, concrete coping on the small quarter pipe and pool bowl, damaged grout joints between concrete blocks and replacing missing tile in the bowls. If it’s a safety issue, it’s getting repaired.

  2. Replacing Red Crusher Fines. The red crusher fines surrounding the park will be replaced with concrete. (Label 2)

  3. New Features. Where possible, new features will be added to enhance the user experience at the park (Labels, 3, 4, and 5)

  4. New Beginner Terrain. A beginner flow area is being considered to the southeast of the bowl area. (Label 1)

Project Constraints

Unfortunately, the existing skatepark sits within the regulatory floodway and floodplain. The City and County of Broomfield has hired a separate floodplain consultant to work alongside Evergreen to maximize the opportunities for enhancements while meeting floodplain permitting requirements. There’s still a lot of opportunity here, but the project will be limited, especially in the red-hatched areas shown on this floodplain map.

Provide feedback on Conceptual Renderings

Please provide feedback on the conceptual renderings shared by Evergreen Skateparks at the January 17th virtual public meeting. Input will be accepted through the end of the day on January 26, 2023.

Project Background

The current Broomfield Skatepark was completed in 2011 and it’s time for a refresh! The City and County of Broomfield has hired Evergreen Skateparks to design and construct repairs, improvements and a small expansion at the Broomfield Skatepark. The goal of this project is to enhance the skatepark by making repairs, adding features and expanding to add more beginner-level terrain.

Public Outreach

In November and December, 2022, the City and County of Broomfield and Evergreen Skateparks solicited survey responses about what skatepark users would like to see changed, added, repaired, or kept the same. This input directly influenced the conceptual design of this project. On January 17, 2023 the City and County of Broomfield hosted a virtual public meeting at which Evergreen Skateparks shared concept designs and gathered input that will influence final design. View those conceptual renderings and share your feedback!

Project Scope

Evergreen’s scope of work includes:

  1. Repair. This includes bottoms of banks into the street area, concrete coping on the small quarter pipe and pool bowl, damaged grout joints between concrete blocks and replacing missing tile in the bowls. If it’s a safety issue, it’s getting repaired.

  2. Replacing Red Crusher Fines. The red crusher fines surrounding the park will be replaced with concrete. (Label 2)

  3. New Features. Where possible, new features will be added to enhance the user experience at the park (Labels, 3, 4, and 5)

  4. New Beginner Terrain. A beginner flow area is being considered to the southeast of the bowl area. (Label 1)

Project Constraints

Unfortunately, the existing skatepark sits within the regulatory floodway and floodplain. The City and County of Broomfield has hired a separate floodplain consultant to work alongside Evergreen to maximize the opportunities for enhancements while meeting floodplain permitting requirements. There’s still a lot of opportunity here, but the project will be limited, especially in the red-hatched areas shown on this floodplain map.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The current Broomfield Skatepark was completed in 2011 and it’s time for a refresh! The City and County of Broomfield has hired Evergreen Skateparks to design and construct repairs, improvements and a small expansion at the Broomfield Skatepark. The goal of this project is to enhance the skatepark by making repairs, adding features and expanding to add more beginner-level terrain. Take the survey below by Dec. 13 to share what you’d like to see changed, added, repaired or kept the same. Your input will directly influence the design of this project.  

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Evergreen Skateparks has prepared these conceptual renderings based on community input and project constraints. These concepts will be presented and discussed at the virtual public meeting on January 17th at 6:30 PM.  Please add comments to provide feedback that will be considered as part of the final design. Please submit your feedback before the end of the day on January 26, 2023.  

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