Community Works Design Group's President, Scott Rice, took a year-long hiatus in 2010 to co-manage the design division of an internationally-recognized design/build firm, specializing in skate parks and action sports facilities throughout the United States and beyond. He has since brought those skills and experience back to Community Works Design Group in partnership with talented subject-matter-expert sub-consultants to create a variety of magical skate parks throughout Southern California.
CWDG designed this railroad-and-citrus themed skate park at the entrance to the rural Piru community. Other improvements include a community-built playground and accessible path connections. The park was a 2014 recipient of the California Park & Recreation Society Award of Excellence in Park Planning. Constructed in 2013, this 10,000 square foot concrete park features; Rails, Stairs, Ledges, Bowl, Metal Coping
Goetz Park: Skate Park - City of Perris
Constructed in 2018, the 5,000 square foot Goetz Park Skatepark features a good balance of street and transition-style features including multiple sets of stairs and a brick-stamped quarter-pipe. Concrete stained in the shape of the letter “P” adds a nice aesthetic detail and makes this skatepark easily identifiable from above.
Located within Poindexter Park, Moorpark Skatepark is a 14,000 square foot skatepark nestled amongst existing mature trees. The skatepark offers a wide variety of challenges and terrain for different skill sets, and includes a bowl that was intentionally designed to look like a backyard pool. Additional CWDG experience in Moorpark includes Arroyo Vista Park and Moorpark Veterans Memorial.