The Rochester Police Department is hosting a free community event where all are welcome to join in and break out their roller skates.

RPD is hosting Skate City Night, which is an expansion of Safe City Nights, the series of community engagement events RPD collaborates on each summer.

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Everyone is invited to join RPD for a weekend of free roller skating and other fun activities including, arcade games, pool, darts, and gaga ball. You can also explore first responder ATVs. Concessions will be available for purchase.

Skate City Nights will be held on April 1st from 2 pm-10 pm and April 2 from 10 am - 4 pm at the Mayo Civic Center.

Roller skates will be available to use for free, or you can bring in your own roller or in-line skates. Skaters are also encouraged to bring their own protective gear. There will be a limited number of helmets available for use.

 

Roller skates will be available to use for free or bring your own roller or in-line skates. Skaters are encouraged to bring their own protective gear. There will be a limited number of helmets available for use.

“Skate City Nights is intended to bring people together and promote positive interactions between families, law enforcement, and other community partners,” said Chief Jim Franklin.

You can find more information on the free event here.

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