Lockyer Valley Regional Council's skateparks are at:
Council is not currently considering any new skateparks in the region in the next 5 years based on the following factors:
Council receives requests from time to time for shade at some skateparks and will consider installing shade structures subject to the following:
The first stage of the consultation (in April and May 2019) will be gathering information on types of use and preferred elements at the region's skateparks. The results of this consultation will be used by a skatepark designer to come up with concept plans that reflect the feedback from skatepark users, within budget and environmental limitations. The concept designs will be made available for community feedback in the next stage of consultation.
Council has been actively seeking grant funding to undertake upgrades and will continue to do so. One of the purposes of the Master Plan and consultation is to provide the necessary evidence to support major funding submissions for significant upgrades. All projects seeking Council spending need to be weighed against a wide range of community priorities.
Council has received grant funding from the Australian Government's Drought Communities Programme to undertake upgrades at Forest Hill and Gaton Skateparks. Upgrades include:
Council is currently investigating an option to reseal and extend the bitumen BMX section of the Laidley Skatepark.