Foothills SK8 Court

UPDATE June 5

FOOTHILLS SK8 Court is scheduled to open June 15, 2020

The City has been working on a plan to safely reopen our parks, recreation facilities, and programs. The plan is to reopen in three phases. In Phase I, we opened the outdoor features of our parks including the ramadas, playgrounds and sport courts. We are now ready to enter Phase II, with a modified schedule for the Gymnasium, Walking/Jogging Track, and Fitness Center at the Foothills Recreation Center. There are no current plans for programs or sports facilities available during June. However, we expect to begin taking sports field rental reservations in Phase III around July 1. Adult Softball will begin at the end of July with registration information available soon. Thank you for your patience as we work to provide quality programs and facilities in a safe, responsible way.

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57th Avenue and Union Hills Drive
Open 9 a.m. to 10 p.m., Daily

Skate at Your Own Risk - Facility is Unsupervised


This skater’s paradise offers a streetscape with grinding and obstacle features; 5-foot bowl with a center spine; 9-foot, two-level bowl; steel rainbow, ramadas, bleachers and water fountain.

There is also an on-site concessions and proshop selling skating products, food and beverages. Learn more about Cowtown Skateboards.

 Bicycles, scooters, boards greater than 34", speed skates and all types of motorized vehicles are not allowed inside the fence. Respect other park users - no abusive language or loud music. This is a drug-free zone. Alcohol and drugs are not allowed. No spectators on or near the ramps. Clean skating surfaces before using. Skate respectfully (follow flow of traffic). Additional obstacles or materials (ramps/jumps) cannot be used here. City permits are required for competitive or demonstration events. All other Park Rules and Regulations must be followed.

Protect Yourself: Helmets, knee and elbow pads, wrist guards and other protective gear are strongly recommended. Skating under the best conditions is a high-risk activity. MAKE GOOD CHOICES. If you participate, you accept the risk of injury. If there is any type of hazardous condition present on the court, your risk increases. Stop skating, remove the hazard, or report it immediately to the Parks and Recreation Department or a Park Ranger.


For more information, call Glendale Parks & Recreation Department, 623-930-2820.

skate court map