Skaters across the Moreton Bay Region can help design the next generation of skateparks to be built in Deception Bay and North Lakes.
Mayor Peter Flannery says it is part of Moreton Bay Regional Council’s goal to plan today for the skateparks of tomorrow.
"Skating, scootering, BMX riding and roller blading have seen a huge surge in popularity in recent years, so much so that they've become a key part of Council's future planning," Mayor Flannery says.
"As a father of young kids I want to know that they'll be growing up with parks, playgrounds, and amenities that reflect modern standard - not just dated swings and slides.
"That's why we're inviting public feedback to guide our skatepark designs to upgrade Deception Bay and North Lakes.
"You can even submit drawings, sketches, and photos of what you want to see.
"Each region of Moreton Bay is unique and we want that to be reflected in our planning, so that no two skate parks are identical and they each have their own distinct features.
"The feedback we receive as part of this process will help inform the concept design phase, which will then be subject to future community consultation."
Click on the following links to complete the council survey forms:
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