Values & Outcomes
One of the first skate parks in NZ, and one of the southern hemispheres oldest surviving skate parks. (Porirua’s first Skate park was built in Pukerua Bay in 1976, but has since been replaced.)
The Richard Tautolo Playground is named after a prominent community youth leader.
Bush amenity landscape.
Planted and regenerating stand of trees on hillside. Diverse canopy of mainly introduced trees. Native sub-canopy, undergrowth and planted edge trees.
Active play area.
Other Values and Information?
This is a Crown Derived Reserve.
Pedestrian street-to-street connections.
Utilities (Important): Sewer, Stormwater.
Utilities (Minor): Water Supply.
1. Continue to encourage casual active play, by providing built play facilities, including courts, along with natural play spaces.
2. Consider any historic significance of the skatepark before it is replaced, renewed or removed.
3. Encourage casual community use of the reserve, by providing easy access pathways and amenity open space. Maintain and enhance play opportunities, by using CPTED principles to prevent vandalism of play equipment, and by improving amenity planting for shade and shelter, as funding opportunities allow.
4. Protect street-to-street, reserve-to-reserve and bush connections.
5. Protect natural bush values, promoting healthy ecological functioning through animal and plant pest control along with natural regeneration, and restoration planting as funding opportunities allow.
Parcel Area (ha)?
Landslide Susceptibility ?
Tsunami Evacuation Zone?