Cities and towns across the country are beginning to recognize the increasing popularity of skateboarding. At the same time, skaters are becoming savvy about advocating for public places to call their own. Together, these two trends support the development of publicly funded skate parks. Many town residents are resistant. But without a place to skate, skateboarders will continue to use public and private parking lots, business plazas, streets and sidewalks for their sport.
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