The Baltimore County Skateboard Council was created by skateboarders for skateboarders with the purpose of modernizing and expanding Baltimore County's skate park program and increasing the availability of safe, legal places to skate in our local communities.
The Baltimore County Skateboard Council is working to bring new modern, concrete skateparks to Baltimore County. It's our goal to have one new, concrete skatepark completed by the mid-summer 2020.
We're also developing in-school and extracurricular skateboarding programs for Baltimore County Public Schools that will serve those students who desire something outside the world of traditional team sports.
The Baltimore County Skateboard Council is a grass-roots 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation that seeks to promote skateboarding as a fun, healthy activity for everyone. Our council members and volunteers members are the heart of our organization and we couldn't fulfill our mission without their active involvement. We host regular public meetings and would love to hear your ideas for how we can make Baltimore County's skateparks the best in the area. If you'd like to learn more about what you can do to help please contact us below.
Join the BCSC at 7:00 PM at the Banneker Center in Cockeysville for our next public meeting. We'll be talking about small skateparks and skate spots including adding a skate spot at the old Catonsville Elementary School. Bring all your friends!
We'll be joining the Skatepark of Baltimore, DC Wheels, and Vu Skateshop for their annual ride down the Avenue in Hampden. Meet up at the parking lot at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute located at 1400 W Cold Spring Ln, Baltimore, MD 21209. Parade starts at 1:00 PM. Following the parade there will be a skate jam at the Skatepark of Baltimore.
The Baltimore County Skateboard Council hosts public meetings in Janury, February, April, June, October, and November.