Anacortes Skate Park Improvement Project

Anacortes Skatepark Concept

The Anacortes Skate Park Improvement Project is a non profit 501(c)(3) dedicated to the rebuilding and future maintenance of the Anacortes Skate Park(Ben Root). The Anacortes community has presented to the Anacortes Planning Commission and City Council a tentative vision for the improvement of the current park, in cooperation with Grindline, the Anacortes Parks Foundation, and the City of Anacortes Parks and Recreation department, and Advisory Committee. The Project, with a budget of $550,000 – $600,000 to improve the existing park. Currently we have received a grant for $11,500 and are continuing to do fundraising and look into applying for future grants.

Our mission is to support our community and youth by building a new and improved park where our existing Anacortes Skate Park is. One that will be well respected and maintained. This park will enable us to support the importance of good pass times, hobbies, and passions in our future generations. To instill strong values in our youth through the art of skateboarding and the sense of community it brings. Not to mention to be a gathering place for families and people of all ages who love this sport.

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Updates on events will also be posted to the Trinity Skate facebook and instagram.

The Anacortes Skate Park Improvement Project Board of Directors:

President: Rachel Muntean-Salazar,  Anacortes local for 10+ years, Owner of Trinity Skate, prior member of the Anacortes Food Coop board of directors.

Vice President: Leo Salazar, Owner of Seven Sorrows Tattoo, prior member of skate park comittee for Bellevue Skate Park,  and prior owner of Bomb Shelter skate shop in Seattle.

Secretary/Treasurer: Sheri Muntean CPA PhD, Managing Partner of Shamballa Centre (a CPA Firm) and retired Planning Commissioner

Director: John Glassett, apart of the Anacortes community since 1992, avid bike rider and skateboarder since 3rd grade. Skate park enthusiast.

Director: John Archibald, Owner of Johnny Picassos and retired City Councilman.

Director: Erik Gonzales,  ED/CEO and head chair of Urbanists , a 501c3/non profit organziation in Cali.  Prior board member to Visalia Arts Consortium, Cali, and Art House. 

Further Information:

2019-09-09 Skate Park DETERMINATION LETTER (received September 9, 2019)

2019-09-16 Anacortes Skate ByLaws INITIAL

2019-08 AnacortesSkateParkImprovementProject 1023

For further information, contact our Secretary at