Logan Village Green Skatepark

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Logan Village Green is the central hub of the Logan Village Community. The upgrade, embellishment, and activation of the Logan Village Green was identified as key outcomes from the Logan Village Forum held in 2018. As part of these works, Council is relocating the existing skate park and providing a new facility to the western side of the Village Green. The new facility will provide a high-standard experience for riders of all ages and abilities in a safe and low-risk environment.

Community engagement is a key component of this project, we understand that the existing facility is a much loved and used skate park, and we want to ensure that both the existing users of the park and the wider community have an opportunity to shape the new facility. It is important to note this is the first stage of engagement - additional rounds of engagement will follow as the design process progresses. We have prepared a comprehensive engagement strategy with several methods to ensure your voice is heard, which are listed below.

01 - Skatepark Pop Up - open to the general public

October 16, 2021 - 9am - 12pm

Location: Village Green Skatepark

Our team will be in attendance at the existing park, ready to discuss our project, the existing facility, and what the community aspires to for the new facility.

02 - Skate Park Workshops - two sessions with registration required

October 18, 2021

Location: Logan Village Hotel - Old Restaurant

Two workshop sessions lasting approximately 90 minutes. The workshops will introduce the project, discuss site opportunities, identify priorities and seek to shape a design brief moving forward. We can accommodate a maximum of 20 people per session. Please register your interest using the links below.

Session one, 3:30pm- 5:00pm - Register here via evenbrite

Session two, 5:30pm - 7:00pm - Register here via eventbrite

03 - Online Survey

If you're unable to attend either of the above events, there will be a survey to provide your feedback. Questions will be live on this website.

The online survey will open on 19th October and close on 2nd November 2021.


Next Steps

Once this stage of the project is complete our team will review comments and feedback from the community - and prepare a functional brief for the new skate park. The team will then progress to prepare the first concept design (50% complete).

Once this is ready, Council will then update the community and seek further feedback before progressing.

Logan Village Green is the central hub of the Logan Village Community. The upgrade, embellishment, and activation of the Logan Village Green was identified as key outcomes from the Logan Village Forum held in 2018. As part of these works, Council is relocating the existing skate park and providing a new facility to the western side of the Village Green. The new facility will provide a high-standard experience for riders of all ages and abilities in a safe and low-risk environment.

Community engagement is a key component of this project, we understand that the existing facility is a much loved and used skate park, and we want to ensure that both the existing users of the park and the wider community have an opportunity to shape the new facility. It is important to note this is the first stage of engagement - additional rounds of engagement will follow as the design process progresses. We have prepared a comprehensive engagement strategy with several methods to ensure your voice is heard, which are listed below.

01 - Skatepark Pop Up - open to the general public

October 16, 2021 - 9am - 12pm

Location: Village Green Skatepark

Our team will be in attendance at the existing park, ready to discuss our project, the existing facility, and what the community aspires to for the new facility.

02 - Skate Park Workshops - two sessions with registration required

October 18, 2021

Location: Logan Village Hotel - Old Restaurant

Two workshop sessions lasting approximately 90 minutes. The workshops will introduce the project, discuss site opportunities, identify priorities and seek to shape a design brief moving forward. We can accommodate a maximum of 20 people per session. Please register your interest using the links below.

Session one, 3:30pm- 5:00pm - Register here via evenbrite

Session two, 5:30pm - 7:00pm - Register here via eventbrite

03 - Online Survey

If you're unable to attend either of the above events, there will be a survey to provide your feedback. Questions will be live on this website.

The online survey will open on 19th October and close on 2nd November 2021.


Next Steps

Once this stage of the project is complete our team will review comments and feedback from the community - and prepare a functional brief for the new skate park. The team will then progress to prepare the first concept design (50% complete).

Once this is ready, Council will then update the community and seek further feedback before progressing.