1314 LOGAN ST SW CULLMAN ALABAMA
EMAIL : WESTSIDEPIRATE77@GMAIL.COM
PHONE : 256-531-5532
WE HAVE A 24′ WIDE 5′ HIGH MINI RAMP WITH 8.5′ TRANSITIONS
PRO SHOP IS AVAILABLE FOR BASIC SKATEBOARD NEEDS
PRO SHOP OPEN ON NEED BASIS ONLY ( THAT MEANS IF YOU’RE NOT SKATING AND YOU DON’T NEED ANYTHING, YOU AIN’T GETTING IN)
SOUVENIER DECKS AND SHIRTS AVAILABLE WHILE SUPPLIES LAST
SKATEBOARDING IS FREE
WHEN FUN IS OUTLAWED
ONLY OUTLAWS WILL HAVE FUN!
SKATEBOARDING IS A CRIME BREAK THE LAW!
6-5-342 Skateboarding, roller skating in parks or rinks.
(a) The purpose of this section is to encourage owners of property to make land available for skateboarding or roller skating activities in areas specifically designed for that purpose. It is recognized that there are certain risks and dangers involved in skateboarding and roller skating activities, including skating itself, riding, assisting, and observing. Property owners have been reluctant or failed to make property available for skateboarding and roller skating activities because of the inherent risks in the activity, the exposure to liability, and the prohibitive cost of insurance, if insurance can be obtained for the activities. The recreational sports of skateboarding and roller skating are a wholesome and healthy family activity that should be encouraged. The allocation of risks and costs of skateboarding and roller skating activities is an important matter of public policy.
(b) Any person who participates in or assists in roller skating or skateboarding in a park or rink designated for that purpose, regardless of whether publicly or privately owned, assumes the known and unknown inherent risks in roller skating and skateboarding activities and is legally responsible for all damages, injury, or death to himself or herself or other persons or property which result from these activities. Any person who observes skateboarding or roller skating activities in a rink or park designated for that purpose, regardless of whether publicly or privately owned, assumes the known and unknown inherent risks in this activity and is legally responsible for all damages, injury, or death to himself or herself which result from these activities.
(c) Every operator of a skateboard or roller skating park or rink shall post and maintain a warning sign in a clearly visible location at the entrance of the park or rink and any other conspicuous location within the park or rink as specified in this section. The sign shall serve as a warning to the roller skaters, skateboarders, assistants, spectators, and any others involved in this activity that the operator of the park or rink has limited civil liability under Alabama law for skateboarding and roller skating activities occurring at the park or rink. Failure to comply with the requirements concerning warning signs provided in this section shall prevent an operator of a park or rink from invoking the privileges of immunity provided by this section. The warning notice shall appear on the sign in black letters with each letter to be a minimum of one inch in height and shall contain the following notice:
“Under Alabama law, a skateboard or roller skating park or rink operator is not liable for injury, damages, or death of a participant, assistant, or spectator in skateboarding or roller skating activities in the park or rink resulting from the inherent risks of skateboarding or roller skating activities. If skateboarding is permitted in this facility, any person skateboarding in this facility must wear appropriate protective equipment including a helmet, elbow pads, and knee pads.”
(d) Any person participating in skateboarding or roller skating activities in a skateboard or roller skating park or rink, including participation as an assistant or spectator, is responsible for the following:
(1) Acting within the limits of his or her ability and the purpose and design of the equipment used.
(2) Maintaining control of his or her person and the equipment used.
(3) Refraining from acting in any manner which may cause or contribute to death or injury of himself or herself or other persons.
(e) Any person operating a skateboard or roller skating park or rink is responsible for the following:
(1) Posting and maintaining the required warning notice in one or more conspicuous places in the park or rink.
(2) Complying with all state and local safety codes regarding the conditions of the park or rink, including, but not limited to, the physical facilities such as safe lighting, fire extinguishers placed at appropriate intervals, railings, and the number of participants, assistants, and spectators permitted in the facility.
(3) Maintaining the stability and safety of skating surfaces.
(f) Each participant in roller skating and skateboarding activities, including roller skaters, skateboarders, assistants, and spectators, is deemed to have read and understood the warning notice required pursuant to subsection (c).
(Act 2003-399, p. 1147, §§1-6.)