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Metalworks Skatepark Project

Metalworks Skatepark will be the newest, rad, legit, fleek, savage, wicked, and sweet addition to Ferndale’s recreation facilities.  The project is made possible through grant funds provided by the Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office and Whatcom County’s Economic Development Investment Program, as well as private donations from Sam Boulos and McDonalds.  The project will build a 10,000 square foot skate park off Second Avenue near Phillips 66 Sports Complex, Pioneer Park, and Star Park.

rendering of future Metalworks Park

NEXT STEPS… CONSTRUCTION STARTING SPRING 2024!

Janicki General Contracting was selected to build the project, and the contract was awarded by Ferndale City Council on December 4, 2023.  Janicki will be partnering with Grindline to construct your brand new skatepark with plaza, bowl and streetscape features.

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2023 BID INFORMATION

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Why Metalworks?

Metalworks will incorporate design and artistic features that emphasize Ferndale’s rich industrial heritage.  The Project will feature skatepark design principles that will allow skateboarders, BMX, and scooter riders develop their skills and will feature a mix of street and transitional-style terrain with elements designed for all age groups and ability levels, beginner to advanced.

“This has been something people have been asking about for years,” said Mayor Greg Hansen, “and I’m so excited that we are finally able to make it happen.”