The more than $2-million downtown project is getting input from the community for designs.
"This is going to be the culmination of everyone's efforts coming together, this could be a blueprint for future parks of this size," said Canten Russell, Lead Project Designer with Stantec.
The organization and it's design team from Stantec paid a visit to the Rochester Downtown Development Corporation Friday morning, where they met with business leaders and neighbors of the project.
They envision the project as not just a skatepark, but a multi-use park that would include walking and biking paths and areas just to sit.
The city approved $50,000 dollars for a feasibility study that is underway.
Many people are getting excited about the plans.
"It's an exciting project. The Roc City Skatepark group has done a lot to engage the community and alleviate the concerns that people might have," said Michael Burns, who lives in the Capron Street Lofts across from proposed project.
Friends of the Roc City Skatepark say the City of Rochester has put aside $2 million in its 2015 capital improvements budget.
It has plans to try to lessen that amount by getting more private investment and other outside funding.
The group would like a park built by 2015.
Another community meeting is scheduled for April 11th.