Skatepark Rules (in French)

Frequently Asked Questions
Closure of the Skatepark

Q: Why has the Skatepark closed?
A: The City of Brossard is taking advantage of preparatory work for the construction of the new multi-functional aquatics centre to proceed with a
redevelopment of the Skatepark.

Q: How long will the Skatepark remain closed?
A: The work will take two to three years, depending on future contracts to be awarded for the Skatepark's redevelopment.

Q: When the Skatepark reopens, what can I expect?
A: When it reopens on the same site, the Skatepark will offer a whole new experience to skateboarding and rollerblading fans. New equipment and all-new paths will enrich the experience for all users.

Q: How does the preparatory work for the construction of the multifunctional aquatics centre help me?
A: The City plans to build a new multi-functional aquatics centre at parc Poly-aréna. This new facility will include a competition pool, a recreational pool and a health and well-being area. It will greatly improve aquatic services for all Brossard residents: young families, athletes, seniors and people with reduced mobility. In addition to offering sports activities, the centre will be a place of relaxation and fun, open to all.
Q: Can I go skateboarding or rollerblading elsewhere in Brossard?
A: It is possible to go skateboarding or in-line skating in Brossard, using multipurpose trails only. (By-Law number 1479)

Q: Is the Skatefest cancelled this year?
A: Just as in 2016, the Skatefest will not take place in 2017.