Please join us at our first Skate Art Show to benefit construction of the Carpinteria Skate Park. 

When: Friday, June 3rd, 2016 from 5pm - 9pm
Where: Lucky Llama, 5100 Carpinteria Ave, Carpinteria, CA 93013
What: Skateboard Art Show with 50 local and international artists from both skate and surf industries.  Artists include, PRO surfer Dane Reynolds, PRO skaters JJ Wessels, Brian Bent, Mitch Abshere, Chase Stopnik and local artists Benjamin Anderson, Randy Noborikawa and Sean Anderson.

The community is invited to a FREE fun-filled evening with live music,food generously donated by Uncle Chen's, drinks, friends, and fundraising. There will be a silent auction, live music by AFishNSea, Beer from Island Brewing Co. and Wine by Sarloos and Sons. All proceeds benefit the Carpinteria Skate Foundation, an all-volunteer Non-Profit organization whose mission is to bring a public skate park to Carpinteria.


2/22/16 5:30 pm
The City of Carpinteria and CSF have entered into a working partnership thanks to a unanimous vote by the City Council.

The MoU defines roles and responsibilities through five significant phases of the skate park's design, approval process and park operations. It also describes the funding responsibilities of each party for each phase. 
  1. (Current Phase) The Design Phase where detailed project plans are developed.
  2. The Permitting Phase where both regulatory and discretionary development and coastal development permits are sought.
  3. The Operational Commitment Phase where an operational plan for the park will be authored and agreed to by both parties.
  4. The Construction Phase where project public bidding and construction management is accomplished.
  5. The Ongoing Operations and Maintenance Phase where the park is open and in service to the public. This phase will be enduring if the park is successfully developed.