The city of Clovis closed Rotary Skate Park on Friday after a 20-person fight Tuesday that left one person injured and two under arrest, Clovis police said.
The park, near Villa and Barstow avenues, was closed around 5 p.m. Friday, police spokeswoman Janet Stoll-Lee said.
One of the two suspects was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon and the other for felony battery, she said.
The park has signs posted stating the park is closed and gates are locked to prevent anyone from entering the park, she said. Trespassers will be arrested.
Stoll-Lee said city crews and police officers will be working on renovations to the park to address violence and misuse.
The park is slated to reopen Aug. 1, she said.