A long-awaited extension to Meltham Skatepark is expected to be completed by the end of this month.
Work on the park’s second phase was postponed so skateboarders, rollerbladers and scooter riders could make the most of the original section of the park during summer.
But now the cement is setting on the final features of the park including ramps, rails, kickers, fun boxes and a spine.
Floodlights are to be installed to allow night riding until 9.30pm.
Both phases of the park have cost a total of £170,000, which was raised through donations from firms and organisations including Holme Valley North Area Committee, Meltham Crossroads Project, Meltham Freemasons, Towndoor, Camira Fabrics, Gibson Taylor Tranzol and Kirklees Children’s and Young People’s Services.
The park at Broadlands Rec has been a project of Melvyn Gibson, of Friends of Meltham Greenway.
Mr Gibson said: “This has eagerly been awaited but the young people were at pains to delay construction until autumn when they were back at school.
“Over the summer the skatepark has been intensively used, morning, afternoon and well into the evening.
“Without doubt phase A of this facility has been a great success.”