St. Francis Skatepark Renovation
New for 2023 - $5000 matching grant. We will earn 100% of the donation once we have raised $5000 in 2023 NTX Giving Day
Skateparks for Dallas began in 2017, as a project of Dr. Clinton Haley, a long time Dallas resident. Clinton noticed, spurred by his young son's interest in skateboarding, that there were no concrete skateparks in the city of Dallas, while all of our suburban neighbors, Frisco, Plan, Lewisville, Arlington, etc. had invested in amazing facilities that were amongst the most popular parks & recs amenities in the entire city.
Clinton, worked with Dallas City Council and Dallas Parks & Recreation was able to have a flagship skatepark added to the 2017 Bond Election, and skateparks for Dallas was up and running. Visit SkateparksforDallas.org or instagram @skateparksfordallas for more info.
By supporting Skateparks for Dallas, you are supporting skateboarding and action sports in the city of Dallas.
Support city of Dallas action sports enthusiasts with skateboard facilities in each council district
1) Oak Cliff Skatepark
2) Skatepark Master Plan for whole city of Dallas
3) Lakeland Hills (St. Francis) skatepark upgrade
4) Bachman Skatepark programming
Skateboarding and action sports are truly a welcoming community to all comers
Skateparks for Dallas
Tax id (EIN)
Community Improvement, Youth & Children
Less than $100,000
Black or African American, Asian/Pacific Islander, Hispanic or Latinx
Address6904 BOB O LINK DRIVE