The discovery of underground structures in the area mean the skate park may have to be moved away from the river or the snake run portion may have to be built more above the ground to keep its current location.
The original 15,000-square-foot design was conceived by the city of Cleveland and Grindline, a skate park design company from Seattle.
Cleveland's only downtown skate park, behind the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame,
closed in 2010.
A public meeting seeking input on alternative designs will be held this Wednesday, July 24 at 6:30 p.m. at Rivergate Café at Rivergate Park, 1785 Merwin Ave.