WE ARE STRONGER TOGETHER. PLEASE JOIN US.

This Saturday, March 16th 10am-2pm

What better way to represent the skate community than skating? Hit this boardwalk this Saturday to show your support for Skateworld. Come when you can. Leave when you need to. Skate where you want. Bring your family and friends! Who knows who you’ll skate by 😉

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Past Events

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Morley Green Rally

MONDAY, MARCH 11th 2019

What an uplifting way to kick off the week! Rainy days aren’t stopping this community. View more of what happened inside Skateworld with KUSI and on the streets with NBC.


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Linda Vista Meetup

SATURDAY MARCH, 9th 2019

My husband and our 5 children moved to Linda Vista in 1961. Gary Stang has been very good to the children in Linda Vista. Being new in the community, we didn’t know much about Linda Vista. We found out about Skateworld through the school, he donated free tickets to the students.

This has been a safe place to drop your kids off and know they would be safe, the kids were not allowed to leave without their parents checking them out. Skateworld is the only recreation venue besides the park in this area. It is a historical venue and a landmark for Linda Vista. Our groups have done a lot to clean up our community, it’s a better place to live than when we moved here.
— Dorothy Perez
Far too long have poor communities been an easy target for redevelopers to come in and change what we know as home. For Linda Vista, this has been going on for quite some time, and it’s worked because we haven’t had a voice. The LV “LOST VOICE” of SD, some didn’t even know we existed until now.

Skateworld has been a big part of our community and is a big part of every “ V’sters” childhood. The fate of our neighborhood is attached to the sale of the Skateworld Property. One big box store coming into the neighborhood means more. We don’t need that. I am not opposed to changes, but not at the expense of my people.

I was born and raised in LV, and it’s hard for me to even afford to live in my own neighborhood. My parents immigrated from Mexico and chose this community to be there first and only home, bought a home at 23, my siblings and I can’t do what they did at that age. If we let this happen, what will this neighborhood look like for my daughter, for your children?

It is not right that the elected officials who are supposed to represent us DO NOT!! When will this stop? I’m done bring the “Lost Voice” of San Diego & allowing things to happen to us and not for us. So I am standing, fighting to preserve a piece of my hood. Skateworld. Come stand in solidarity with us as we fight for our voice, for fair representation of one of the six most distressed communities in SD, the neighborhood I love and am proud to be from, Linda Vista!
— Sharon Larios