If you’re like most people, you probably don’t want skateboarders tearing up your property. Whether it’s because you’re worried about damage to your landscaping or simply don’t want the noise, there are a few things you can do to keep skateboarders away.
How to keep skateboarders off your property?
As a skateboarder, I know how frustrating it is to be constantly told to stay off of the private property. It’s like we can’t skate anywhere without getting in trouble! If you’re a property owner who’s fed up with skateboarders trespassing on your land, there are a few things you can do to keep us out.
Here are a few ideas on how to keep skateboarders off your property:
1. Put up a fence.
One of the best ways to keep skateboarders off your property is to put up a fence. A fence will not only deter skateboarders, but it will also keep out other trespassers and pests. If you’re worried about the cost of a fence, you can always try to find used fencing materials or build your own fence.
2. InstallNo Skateboarding signs.
Another way to keep skateboarders off your property is to install No Skateboarding signs. These signs are available at most hardware stores and can be a helpful way to deter skateboarders. Just be sure to place the signs in visible areas so that skateboarders will see them.
3. Get a dog
Dogs are great deterrents to skateboarders. They’ll bark and chase us away, and we don’t want to deal with that.
4. Talk to the skateboarders.
If you know any of the skateboarders who are trespassing on your property, you can try talking to them. Let them know that you don’t appreciate them skating on your property and ask them to stop. In most cases, skateboarders will be respectful and will stop skating on your property if you ask them to.
5. Call the police.
If talking to the skateboarders doesn’t work, you can always call the police. The police can help to remove the skateboarders from your property and may even be able to issue a citation. However, it’s important to know that the police can only do so much and it’s ultimately up to you to keep skateboarders off your property.
6. Take legal action.
If you’ve tried all of the above and nothing has worked, you may need to take legal action. This could mean filing a restraining order or even suing the skateboarders. However, taking legal action should be a last resort and you should always consult with an attorney before taking any legal action.
Does skateboarding destroy property?
No, skateboarding does not destroy property. While skateboarders may occasionally damage public or private property while skateboarding, the vast majority of skateboarders do not intentionally damage property and take measures to avoid doing so. Skateboarding is not a destructive activity.
While it is true that some skateboarders do damage public or private property while skateboarding, the vast majority of skateboarders do not intentionally damage property and take measures to avoid doing so. Skateboarding is not a destructive activity.
Skateboarders typically ride on smooth surfaces such as concrete, asphalt, or stone. When skateboarders do damage property, it is usually due to riding on rough surfaces or trying tricks that are too difficult for their skill level. Skateboarders who damage property usually do so unintentionally and are quickly reprimanded by the skateboarding community.
The skateboarding community is largely made up of responsible individuals who are committed to preventing damage to property. Skateboarders have created several organizations, such as “Go Skateboarding Day” and “Make It Safe,” that is dedicated to promoting skateboarding in a safe and responsible manner.
In conclusion, skateboarding is not a destructive activity and skateboarders are typically responsible individuals who take measures to avoid damaging property.