East Woods
Skate Plaza

Huntington Park
300 Block of
Caleb Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13206

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Watch for a Spring Skateboard Competition

Skateboard Competition

Syracuse Sports Corp is organizing a larger competitive event for Spring 2015. Check back for updates.

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Help Expand the Plaza

This project shows what our community, working together, can accomplish.

Phase II will provide more space and more elements to encourage teamwork, sportsmanship and discipline in a safe environment.

Please make the most generous donation you can to support Phase II.

Vision

They made the difference.

The Skateboarders' Stories

Appreciation

Skateboarder reactions
to the new plaza.

The Skate Park Research Committee

is part of the


Eastwood Neighborhood Association logo

Eastwood Neighborhood Association

East Woods Skate Plaza is An Award Winner


2015 State Award for Outstanding Facility

East Woods Skate Plaza was named 2015 Outstanding Facility by New York State Recreation and Parks Society (NYSRPS). In addition, Judy Lewis, chair of the Eastwood Neighborhood Association (ENA) Skate Park Research Committee, was awarded the Volunteerism Award. (Annelise Bucci, an ENA board member and member of the Skate Park Research Committee, received the Stewardship Award.)

The winners were recognized at an Awards Dinner on Monday, April 27 at the Saratoga City Center in Saratoga, New York.

2015 NYSRPS Awards Dinner

Pictured at the 2015 NYSRPS Awards Dinner are from the left: Lazarus Sims, City of Syracuse Parks, Recreation and Youth Programs Commissioner; Judy Lewis, Volunteerism Award winner; Glen Lewis, Syracuse Parks Planning and Development Office; Pam Hunter, Syracuse City Councilor; Annelise Bucci, Stewardship Award winner and Tom White, Syracuse Parks Administrative Officer.

This announcement comes soon after winning the same three awards for 2014 for the local Central New York Recreation and Parks Society (CNYRPS).

2014 award for CNYRPS Oustanding Facility

Pictured with the 2014 award for CNYRPS Oustanding Facility are from the left: Glen Lewis, Parks Planning and Development Office; Sue Straub, Eastwood Neighborhood Association President; Eric Bacon, former CNYRPS Board member/Town of Camillus Parks and Recreation Director; Baye Muhammad, City of Syracuse Parks, Recreation and Youth Programs Commissioner.

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